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Yvonne Jegede Addresses Her Recent Split From Her Husband

Yvonne Jegede Addresses Her Recent Split From Her Husband

Nollywood actress Yvonne Jegede recently addressed her split from her husband Olakunle Abounce in a new interview.
In her interview, Yvonne Jegede admits that though love was not enough in her marriage which only lasted one year, the decision was never a mistake.
“It was never a mistake. I don’t make mistakes especially not with decisions like this. He was a good friend of mine before we got married, we were very cool, it wasn’t like we dated or a situation where I say there is a guy I am seeing but we were very good friends, so much trust, so much friendship, so much laughter and these were things I wanted to enjoy in my matrimony but I guess love was not enough, love is never enough in marriage.”
The actress also debunked rumours about cheating ruining their marriage. She says she never cheated while in marriage neither did Abounce cheat on her.
“No, not at all. Maybe he’s doubting me, I don’t know but I am very certain about myself that not even when I was trying to become pregnant. I never even dated before I got married, I didn’t do it after we got married, so I wouldn’t do it while we were trying to have a baby together.
“Like I said, it took us almost four months, so it couldn’t have been that era. So for me, I was very clean and committed and for him, no, none of that, there was no text message, so I don’t know.”
She also mentioned when the troubles in her marriage started saying “We started having issues before the birth of Xavier. I think I was about two to three months pregnant when the issues came. Immediately the issues came, there was never a dull moment, it just kept going up and up and it got worse and it got bad and today here we are,” she says.
After the couple refused to speak to one another for over 3 weeks with unending marital issues, Yvonne says she knew it was time to quit.
“You can say that but you know when two people have lived together as husband and wife, and you have issues like this, there are complaints from both sides. I have my own complaints, I have my own issues that I am dealing with and I don’t see the relationship and marriage going beyond where we got to and we had to call it quit,”
What do you guys think about this?
Do you think they split too early or they did the right thing by splitting up now?

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