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Film maker, Charles Novia rubbishes Juliet Ibrahim, Iceberg Slim love affair

By Ayo Onikoyi

Outspoken Nollywood film maker, Charles Novia has rubbished the celebrated love affair between Ghollywood-Nollywood actress, Juliet Ibrahim and Nigerian singer, Iceberg Slim, which has since gone south by stating the couple never had respect for each other.

Juliet Ibrahim and Iceberg Slim

While commenting on a picture the couple shared on social media months ago while their romance was talk-of-the-town, the film maker said no couple who has respect and dignity could share a picture where the man is grabbing the butt of the woman roughly on a social media.

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He said: “Any fiance who presses his fiancee’s nyansh like this and then they break up after this public display of ‘nyashcality’, has devalued the worth of that nyansh for other prospective ‘nyanshcals’. Both erstwhile betrothed were irresponsible to have even allowed this kind of picture go out in the first place.”

The Ghanian actress, has finally confirmed that her publicly celebrated relationship with the singer is over. The beautiful actress confirmed this at an event in Ghana where she revealed that she is single.

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When asked whether a cheating situation informed their breakup, she replied, “I don’t know because they say and I hear all sorts of things but people close to me know what happened. I wouldn’t say because no matter what, I respect the people that I have been with. We broke up on a mutual term.”

However, a cryptic message posted on the singer’s Instagram page is deemed as a suggestive reply to the actress claim that she worked out on him.”Nothing can dim the light that shines from within,” he said.

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