Funsho Adeoti, the estranged wife of Mercy Aigbe’s new lover, Kazim Adeoti has spoken for the first time pertaining to the ongoing controversy of her ex-husband’s latest affair.
In a recently published post on her Facebook platform, Funsho Adeoti shared a photo of herself and her three children accompanied with a cryptic caption.
It would be recalled that Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe had been making headlines since she revealed the identity of her partner on Instagram on Sunday, January 23.
The announcement emerged as both a shocker and a disappointment to several of her fans including some of her colleagues in the entertainment industry.
Reacting to the Mercy Aigbe’s apathetic claim as the newest partner of the businessman, Kazim Adeoti, Funso Adeoti had this to say; “Losing someone who doesn’t respect or appreciate you is actually a gain not a loss… thank you all”
See the photo below.
Funsho Adeoti’s statement came several hours after Mercy Aigbe’s ex-husband, Lanre Gentry disclosed that he had always been suspicious of his wife for infidelity.
Lanre Gentry and Mercy Aigbe went their separate ways in 2017 following allegations of infidelity and domestic violence.
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