Comedian Chinedu Ani, aka Nedu Wazobia, has revealed the ‘worst experience’ he has had in a relationship.
Responding to a question on the worst thing that has ever happened to him in a relationship with a lady, the comic actor said his ex-girlfriend told him she was not cheating on him but rather cheating with him when he found out about her infidelity.
In a viral video, he said, “So, someone sent me a message asking me to tell him what’s the worst thing that has ever happened to me when it comes to having a relationship with a girl.
“I have a list of them but this one is like at the topmost of all of them. I was dating this girl back in the university, her name was Ememden, so, we were dating and then we were on holiday and were supposed to get back to school on that particular day.
“I got to school like two days before her and then she came two days later and then she came to the house and I was like, what’s up, what’s happening, where have you been?
“She gave some stories and then she went to have her bath. I checked her bag and saw a hotel receipt and some things that made me believe she was cheating on me.
“Then she came to the room and I was like, Emomotun, are you cheating on me? Why are you cheating on me? and then this girl goes, I’m not cheating on you, I am cheating on him with you.”
Last September, Nedu dissolved his marriage to Uzoamaka Ohiri over alleged infidelity.
He alleged that his supposed first was an illegitimate child which his ex-wife conceived and delivered while they were married.
Nedu said he had to conduct a DNA test following the alleged incessant unfaithfulness of his ex-wife, Ohiri.
He said, “Our marriage was one plagued with a lot of issues. One of which was continuous infidelity from her side that led to me conducting a paternity test on our kids, which led to the revelation that our first son is not my biological son, even though he was born within the period during which we were married.”
Ohiri had earlier accused the OAP of domestic violence, to which he debunked stating, “On the allegation of domestic violence, we have had this matter investigated twice, one by the police station in Ajah and another by a competent court of law during the dissolution of our marriage.
“Both times, I was cleared of all allegations and I have the necessary proof to back up my claim. If anyone should be laying claims to domestic violence, it should be me.”