Popular Nollywood actress, Rosy Meurer has put in more effort on clearing her name on allegations of snatching Tonto Dikeh’s ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill..
This is coming following the backlash that trailed the public announcement of the actress as the new Mrs Churchill.
In a recent video, Rosy Meurer affirmed that the accusations of having an affair with Tonto Dikeh‘s husband while the marriage was at the brink of collapse was a shock to her.
In her words;
“Mr Churchill’s failed marriage has nothing to do with me. The same way you guys read and heard online that I was the reason for his broken marriage was the same way I read and heard online that I was the reason for his broken marriage.
Before then, I never knew that the relationship I had with him before he got married was a problem after he got married. I didn’t get the memo. No one confronted me. I was never aware of such. Whatever it is that happened in his marriage, I had no knowledge of.”
On claims that Churchill was like a brother to her, Rosy said;
“I did say that Mr Churchill was like a brother to me but he is not my blood. My mother didn’t give birth to him. We don’t share the same father.
That statement he is like a brother to me simply meant he is family. Mr Churchill has always been there for my family and I and it has always been that way.”
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