I wasn’t perfect but I was his best – Blossom Chukwujekwu’s ex-wife Maureen reminisces on their broken marriage

Maureen Esisi, enstrangle wife of Nollywood actor, Blossom Chukwujekwu have taken to social media to reminisce about her failed marriage with the talented actor.

I wasn't perfect but I was his best – Blossom Chukwujekwu’s ex-wife Maureen reminisces on their broken marriage

It would be recalled that Maureen Esisi and Blossom Chukwujekwu divorced just

years after they got married and both former lovers have not been shy in

speaking about their past ever since then.

Both former lovebirds have been consistent in sharing deep secrets about

their past and sometimes they shade themselves via a cryptic message

on social media.

Maureen Esisi have now taken to her social media platforms to remember the day they

decided to put an end to their relationship as she noted that it’s her happiest day ever.

The sexy model and entrepreneur revealed how her the message was conveyed to her

I made Blossom Chukwujekwu popular – Maureen Esisi

and how she reacted as she was expecting the dice to roll in such direction.

Maureen Esisi who have become a relationship expert on social media ever

since the incident happen revealed though it’s a worst day but she has moved on and

is now happier, stronger, single and free.

Not leaving any stone unturned, she noted that despite her imperfections, she

remains the best woman Blossom Chukwujekwu would ever see.

See her post below:

Blossom Chukwujekwu have not been shy in responding to any news about his broken marriage with Maureen Esisi and it’s left to see whether he will react to this.

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Worst day today Work Sucked Greatly My Heart Sank too… Weird thing is…. by this time last year.. ????, exactly same date and same time, my Old man broke to me the news of my marriage being over… I remember laughing for a long time, standing up from where I sat listening to him as he tried to find the best words to convey the message to me… i put both hands in my pocket and paced the room silently as he looked at me waiting on me to say something. I pondered in my head about what I had just heard, why I was the last person to know it and how in the world we got there… ???? African culture makes it so that the Woman must take it all in, she must understand no matter what, she must be subdued, she must never complain, she must learn to live with whatever, she must forgive even when she can't, she must show happiness even when she is depressed, she must show strength even when she is weak…. and more But the Man, He is allowed to NOT take shit (even the tiniest of it) He would even be Praised for it. Life!!!!???????? September 11th in View; I will be 33 I am Happier I am at Peace I'm stronger I'm Richer I'm sexier I'm Single I'm Free I wasn't Perfect, I will NEVER be… But I was His Best! Someday, I will Tell this Story… 33 in a Bit (Exactly 1month Away)????????????

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