Alleged infidelity: Oritsefemi ex-manager takes side with his wife

Kara, an ex-manager to Nigerian singer Oritsefemi has come out to give support to his wife Nabila Fash over an alleged infidelity issue.

If you recall, Nabila took to social media on Monday to call out a certain lady she alleged came into her home to have sex while she was busy at work.

Alleged infidelity: Oritsefemi ex-manager takes side with his wife

Although in her post she didn’t state if the lady had sex with her husband, but expressed her dissatisfaction over the way some of her friends took advantage of her generousity.

In her own reaction, Kara slammed Oritsefemi over his adulterous lifestyle and diminished brand.

She wrote on Instagram:

“I tend to keep quiet in the media… but this time I need to say this publicly for the record. I know where my loyalties lie. @nabila.fash …keep your head up. You were the one who begged me to manage him and I did a lot just for you,” she wrote.

“I spent my money to help fund his tours and did not get a penny paid back or any form of compensation. He left me stranded in Europe but thank God I have decent friends in this life globally… I just let that slide because I know how to earn from my other businesses that pay me.”

“I kept all the memories and a lot of ugliness quiet from those times not just to protect his career and very diminished brand but to also protect you and your marriage. I almost physically fought people and even almost fought him to get him to behave… hmm… and despite everything, I am glad you know I stayed true to our friendship even when we didn’t speak.”

According to Kara, the reason she kept a lot of information from Nabila was that she didn’t want to cause any problem with their marriage.

“I was quiet because I did not want to be the one to cause problems between both of you. A marriage is sacred to me. Pray and focus on the blessings coming your way. No one can know your pain or heal you better than God. I am glad we spoke… it is not easy to be married to someone so … er… disrespectful …to not just himself but to God,” she added.

“I respected you with my silence … I did my best and it took 3 years for God to open these cans of worms. I now feel free to say this in public. I know the agony that drove you to make those posts on Instagram. I don’t expect anyone else to.”

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