in

“Marrying A Wrong Partner Is Worst Mistake In Life” – Yomi Black’s Ex-Wife Says

Elizabeth John advised her followers not to be pressured into making decisions about marriage.

Elizabeth John, the ex-wife of Nigerian filmmaker, Yomi Black, has stated that marrying a wrong partner is one of the worst mistakes a person can make in their life.

"Marrying A Wrong Partner Is Worst Mistake In Life" - Yomi Black’s Ex-Wife Says

Elizabeth John Shares Cryptic  Massage

The interior designer, who ended her marriage with Yomi Black last year after allegedly being separated for eight months, shared the cryptic note on her Instagram stories on Wednesday.

According to her, people should not allow themselves to be pressured into getting married as they might end up with the wrong partners.

She wrote, “One of the worst mistakes you can make in life is marrying wrong. Don’t ever be pressured into quickly making that decision.”

Yomi and Elizabeth first met on the set during the second edition of ‘The Intern’, Nigeria’s pioneer business reality TV show, and got along thereafter. They tied the knot in April 2012 and welcomed their son — Quamil Black — in July 2015.

READ:  Femi Fani Kayode celebrates wife Regina Fani Kayode on her birthday - PHOTOS

"Marrying A Wrong Partner Is Worst Mistake In Life" - Yomi Black’s Ex-Wife Says

Meanwhile, Comedian AY’s wife, Mabel Makun has revealed how she suffered traumatizing medical conditions before she finally welcomed her second child.

READ:  White Money Knees To Thank God As He Travels Out Of Nigeria For First Time [Video]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

2023: PDP Dumps Zoning, Throws Contest For Presidential Ticket Open

2023: PDP Dumps Zoning, Throws Contest For Presidential Ticket Open

Some Of The People Buying The Presidential Form For Candidates Are Having Difficulties Paying Their House Rent - Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani 3

Some Of The People Buying The Presidential Form For Candidates Are Having Difficulties Paying Their House Rent – Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani