Yoruba Actor Yomi Fabiyi Set To Divorce His Oyinbo Wife

Popular Yoruba actor Yomi Fabiyi, took to his IG page yesterday, November 11 to announce that he is leaving his wife of four years due to distance and his happiness.
yomi-1yomi-2He wrote:

“Hopefully Fran accepts my proposition to end this marriage now as I cannot continue this way, AM NOT HAPPY anymore as we edge close to the 4th year anniversary. Fran is such a beautiful woman, supportive and wish I come live in England, take up employment and study.

I HAVE USED HER DOCUMENTS TO RENEW MY NORMAL VISA ONLY, so no question she is not willing, I NEVER said that. With all humility, if she never promised me she is coming to take up employment in Nigeria and live with me, maybe we may not have secured the dating. I have made it abundantly clear I am not prepared to live abroad as my career was just gathering shape then. I decor wedding hall Nigeria color on purpose.

The outlook of my choice may look familiar to those marriages but I never thought people will think of me that way. I have to live with that but sometimes it can be so bruising.

I am focused on my career and keeping my fans and admirers entertained. I have an absolute right to do whatever makes me happy provided it is nothing criminal, illegal, immoral or anti-social. I am NOT interested with the reason two adult came together. It’s crude and an uncivilized thing to do for me. I HOPE I FIND TRUE LOVE AGAIN WHILE I PUSH FOR A HIT-FREE DIVORCE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. I will be fine guys. Thank you


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    Wetin come concern me

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    Oyo na your case. .next post please.

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  • kayode akinsanya

    That’s your choice and that’s good for you brother.

  • Olovo Obinna

    Na ur cross bros….deal with it

  • WillieBravo

    E no first kuku dey hard oyibo before.