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BREAKING NEWS: Comedienne Princess ends 7 month marriage

Princess Dammy & Adeshola Jeremiah - May 2013 - BellaNaija01
The marriage of popular comedienne Princess has crashed.
Nigerian Entertainment Today has confirmed that Princess (real names Oluwadamilola Adekoya) and her hubby Shola have gone their separate ways putting behind them the 7 month-old rocky union.
NET investigations reveal that trouble started about two weeks after the wedding in May, 2013.
Insiders told NET that the marriage was characterised by endless disagreements, often requiring the intervention of friends and family.
‘It’s been  7 months of a series of efforts to mend the broken marriage until it was obvious that it was beyond repair’ one insider told us today.
Speaking to a NET correspondent, Princess confirms the separation, saying ‘Yes my marriage has ended due to irreconcilable differences’.
She admitted to our reporter that the union has not been as blissful as many thought. ‘We have been having issues since the wedding but we still remained together hoping that we would be able to work it out. But apparently, we couldn’t work it out, hence the reason for our separation.
‘We actually ended it several months ago, but we didn’t want to make it public. I’m sure God knows best’ she added.
By Victor Enengedi

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