The Yoruba thespian’s marriage to husband Adeniyi Johnson has been extremely rocky, but she wants fans to stay out of it and focus on her work instead.
“I have loved, I have trusted. I have been hurt, severally still, I have been faithful to love. There comes a time however when one needs to be faithful to self,” she said.
“The simple thing I need you all to do for me is stop the pressure on me over my personal issues. Help me grow professionally. Criticize my work. I have many of them.”