Nigerian actress, Daniella Okeke has finally addressed the biggest controversy that has trailed her career yet.
The curvy actress has addressed the issue of her alleged romance with fiery preacher, Apostle Johnson Suleiman.
Though Daniella initially didn’t want to address the allegations, but the social media pressure has made the actress to finally break her silence.
Speaking in a chat with SDK, she said:” The man of God in question is a father to me but we live in a world where people judge you with their own standard.. They said he bought me a Benz Jeep,I don’t own any and i have never owned any.. I read he bought me the car and a house in his name..That’s an insult!!
Am I a kid or teenager that a man buys me a ride and a house in his name? Its very Laughable cos All my properties are in my name..
My lawyer contacted the licensing office where they claimed they got the info from and those ones said nobody contacted them..
“Asides being a showbiz person,I have a relationship with God.I kept quiet because my lawyer found out it was more than just a stupid rumour or Scandal, it became a political and religious fight against my father..I am answering now Stella because you are asking it directly which no one has done and I also want to address this senseless rumours.
Countless male actors have been helped by this same man and even though they all kept quiet when the saga was on does that mean anything is going on with them ? Or its becos I am woman and a good target for their plan and lies”.
When asked If she has ever met Stephanie Otobo, Suleiman’s alleged mistress, she said:”I also heard talks about a 3some and all ,I had never met the ‘Stephanie Otobo’ girl in question in my life, I never knew who she was and the 1st time I saw her and heard her name was on the social media when she started her drama.it never happened and I reject such lifestyle..Anybody that says contrary is free to assume”.
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