Nollywood thespians Kate Henshaw and Stella Damasus have both decided to end an old-time beef they have harboured for each other in the past.
Kate was the first to make the move to end the misunderstanding between them when she penned a passionate note to Stella on her birthday asking for peace to reign between them both.
“The older one gets, the more you do away with frivolous things,” Kate said in a message she posted on Instagram. Continuing she said, “We have had our share of “battles” but nevertheless, we have come a long way. Through the highs and lows, the past is behind us.”
In her response, Stella who once shared the same man (Sammie Okposo) with Kate, at different times though, replied thus; “I love you so much and I know that deep down you know”.
Stella also admitted that she was silly and childish all through the time they had differences but she thanks God for growth and maturity in dealing with the old-time beef which has now been laid to rest.
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