Hear her, “I am going to say this now, but I do not know if I would actually want you to publish it. It is that I am married! This is a crazy job; my home is where I find peace and that is why I do not like exposing it to people. This is because it is a crazy world out there and that is where I get my peace. I go home and I am treated like a wife, like a woman and I feel like a normal human being. That is why I keep it away from my job, my film life. Because I am married, when it comes to men, I stay far.”
When she was later asked how long she’s going to keep the marriage from the public, she said, “I do not like those who expose their marriages. If your home is private to you, you shut it down. But when you are through with this one you shut down your business life and try to enjoy your quiet family life.”
Then she expressed her opinion about Goldie whose marital life too was shielded from the public, “I do not blame her. I understand what she did. On the Big Brother Africa thing, for me she might have acted it. She wanted to win the money. She has a home somewhere. I do not blame her for anything she did. That was the entertainment part of her. Maybe that was why she wanted to keep her home safe from prying eyes so that she can go there, switch off her phone, her business life; that is what I do.
Your home is where nobody is looking at you as a star, where you do some things and your husband says, ‘excuse me; I am the man of the house.’”
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