Actress Dorcas Shola Fapson finally breaks her silence on what led to her breakup with ex-lover (Video)

Dorcas Fapson dumps Skiibii over cheating allegations, drops evidence (Photos/Video)

DSF never misses the opportunity to revisit how things went sour in her relationship with ex lover, Skibii and has this time broken her silence on what led to their breakup.

Narrating one of the things that led to their breakup, Nigerian actress cum Disc Jockey, Dorcas Shola Fapson revealed that her ex had drugged and robbed her of her valuables in Zanzibar.

Recall the actress’s relationship with Skibii became public in July, 2022 when the actress posted romantic photos and videos of them. Unfortunately, it was short-lived and DSF began to shade the singer in various posts while revealing they were no longer together and she was ‘jazzed’.

Dorcas Fapson who is media personality, Chude Jideonwo’s latest guest on his show WithChude, spoke about what transpired in Zanzibar between her and her ex-boyfriend. As usual, DSF didn’t mention singer, Skibii’s name.

In her words:

“I won’t ever mention a name, if you know you know, if you don’t you don’t. There is so much that I could say that I have not said. I had a booking in Uganda. After that booking, I was like I want to take a break, like just go on a holiday, and obviously the guy I was dating at the time, I would talk to him about it.

“He was like “yeah, we should go somewhere”. Cuz I had a booking in Uganda, I was like I want to go to Zanzibar, Zanzibar is this beautiful place that I’ve seen online and I want to go there. He was like “yeah he’s been there before, he will take me”. Then when it came to it, he started saying he didn’t have money blah blah blah. “Whatever” I said, “I will buy your ticket”.



“But he was like he didn’t want to come from Nigeria by himself so he will come with his manager and his manager will come with his wife. So it’s like a couple’s trip.

“So we get there to Zanzibar the first day and like for me, I post on Snapchat a lot. When we got there, I was posting on Snapchat. Posting like the room, the villa, the scenery, and just remember that with Snapchat, everything I snap automatically saves to my phone.

“So that night we were drinking. I remember specifically he gave me a drink, I drank it. And then I passed out somehow.

“I woke up in the bed. So I woke up to check around for my phone, I didn’t see my phone. And normally I have my phone under my pillow. So I got up, and he’s next to me, and I’m like “do you have my phone?” cuz sometimes he has my phone, he has the password to my phone. So I’m like “do you have my phone?”, he’s like “no he doesn’t”. Bear in mind, this is the first day we got there right? I get up and my suitcase is out of where I left it. Everywhere is scattered. My laptop is gone. My phones are gone. My Rolex is gone. My cards are gone. 10k cash, gone. Everything valuable that I came there with, gone. The money I collected from Uganda, gone. And it’s very specific.

“Like they entered my suitcase, somebody searched, and I’m a light sleeper. I don’t sleep heavy, like if you walk into a room when I’m sleeping and you say my name, I’m going to wake up. Like I don’t sleep heavy at all. All my friends and family know that. So for somebody to enter the room while I’m sleeping and take my phones, take all my valuables without me waking up, without him waking up, it’s strange. It’s almost like is it a spirit? Am I dreaming? Is this really happening? And he’s really calm. He’s like oh he’s watch was taken and his chain was taken. Meanwhile, I’m still bugging out because I’m like how did this happen when we were both sleeping in the same room? My laptop is my office, that’s how I make my money, I DJ, and it’s gone.

“Then we get back to Nigeria. I get a new phone, and remember that I told you that when I got to Zanzibar, I’d been snapping and all the snaps that I snapped in Zanzibar that day were gone. Only those snaps specifically were gone. And you can’t get into my phone unless you have my password right? So that happened.

“And then a day later, the same watch he claimed was stolen in Zanzibar, he was wearing. So I mean, help me understand what’s going on. So when I finally got a phone and I wanted to tell my dad, he was like don’t tell him and he kept on telling me don’t post about it, don’t say anything happened, and I thought that was weird. But in my mind, I was nah, it can’t be. Even though everything was pointing to him, I was still like no, it can’t. And all my friends were like, no it’s him. But all the signs were pointing to him. That is ONE of the things that happened. It’s a lot.”



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