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Ik Osakioduwa & Okey Bakassi share tips on how Entertainers can have Successful Marriages | Watch

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In this chat with Hip TV, referencing Flavour’s interview where he says marriage can be a distraction for an entertainer; Ik Osakioduwa and Okey Bakassi explain why some entertainers have been able to make their own marriages work.

According to Ik, he has the perfect wife built for an entertainer. He says the perfect way to make things work is to make sure your family is as involved as possible in your life…you have to carry them along.

Okey Bakassi on the other hand says bad news travels faster and entertainers can make mistakes too because they are human. He explains that anytime an entertainer makes a little marital mistake it is overblown.

Watch below.

8 Comments

  1. Ada

    May 4, 2016 at 8:56 am

    Okey Bakassi I think nailed it. People have issues in their relationships, if dem no tell you, you no go know. But in this present age, we run out to social media with all our wahala. The successful marriages aren’t celebrated either. The ones that fail are screamed from rooftops!

  2. Moi moi

    May 4, 2016 at 8:58 am

    Yep, many marriages break because the men prefer to live like bachelors and not married men. They fail to understand that family involvement is the number one key to holding the family together.

  3. Bennie

    May 4, 2016 at 9:18 am

    Very much on point IK, I have attended recordings of IK shows and his wife had been part of the audience. Some men would call it policing or monitoring but I believe it helps the bond grow closer, though there should still be room to do your own thing but connectivity is really very necessary. Communication in marriage can never be over emphasized. Celebrities are also humans but they must equally learn to live their lives not bring every single detail to the social media.

  4. Sina

    May 4, 2016 at 9:33 am

    WHERE DID ZAINAB BALOGUN get an American accent from while living in Naija for 5 years from London England? Answers on a postcard please…. ??
    #BeYourself #StopBeingFake

    • Sina

      May 4, 2016 at 9:35 am

      Developing locally acquired American accents #LAAAA is a disease that can easily be cured lol
      Just go to your parents for a Nigerian slap back into reality ?

  5. Prince

    May 4, 2016 at 10:25 am

    I think celebs themselves bring the drama to their doorsteps, If everyone can just keep quiet and deal with issues not only marital issues only.
    When there was no social media, were celebs not quarreling? why bring your dirty linen to the public to help you wash. Marriage is a sacred thing and should be treat as such.

  6. mary

    May 4, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    i keep wondering how celebrities like Ramsey Nouah, Desmond Elliot and a few other male celebrities have been successfully married without so much drama for the public to feed on, its not that it may be all rosy in their home but for the fact that they manage to handle and keep it within the home is commendable. they go on vacations with their family, they celebrate their anniversaries and birthdays, they buy gifts for their partners, but they do all these without displaying photos to prove to people what type of life they live. Social media to them is all about their works and the brands they represent and not about their families. life certainly was much better when people didn’t need to run to SM to report their personal issues. Mide Martins reported on SM that her husband left her and her kids, and a couple of days she also put it out that they have resolved the issues, but that issue would have been resolved without people like us knowing that hubby left her in the first place. they don’t learn at all. another celeb i admire much is Chioma Apotha, you can hardly hear anything about her marriage on SM, it’s just about her work, and she has been married with kids for years. Queen Nwokoye the same thing too. they usually rant about cyber bullying, of course, there has to be when you put your life out there for everyone to have an opinion.

  7. Di

    May 4, 2016 at 10:32 pm

    No more weigh in!!! Go weigh in on your own marriages, because if that Azuka woman starts to interview your suffering & smiling wives, we go hear wetin worse pass edible catering, we go hear all sorts of catering! Take your advise to your partners. E don do abeg!

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