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The Toughest Decision I Made Was Leaving My Marriage – Venita Akpofure

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Bbnaija star, Venita Akpofure in a recent interview has revealed why she left her marriage and how she has survived ever since.venita akpofureThe actress and video vixen who become more popular when she became one of the housemates of Big Brother Naija Reality Show, in a recent interview with Punch revealed how she had been coping since she left her marriage.
Venita Akpofure said, “One of the toughest decisions I have made was leaving my marriage. It became known to the public about seven months after I had moved out of my matrimonial home. I am grateful that I had a great support system that really helped me through that period. Being a single mother is not easy, especially if one works a lot. I had to multi-task to make sure I’m there for my kids. I don’t consider being in the limelight as a fulfillment. Fulfillment, for me, comes from within, which is when I am meeting personal goals and providing for my kids.”
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The fair and beautiful divorced mother of two also stated that celebrities have the responsibility of cautioning their fans when they use hate words or victimize others on the Internet.
Venita Akpofure further stated that Social media is toxic. There are some things I believe people should be responsible for. For example, if I have a fan base that spews hate online, I would call them to order but some people feel they don’t owe that social responsibility to anyone. But, they do. I am not afraid to offend any fan on that basis. I am quite outspoken and I don’t hide my feelings. I think it is the social responsibility of celebrities to caution their fans.”
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The mother of two also claimed that she would apologize to anyone on social media if she was wrong.  She said, “I am not one to dictate how anyone should handle their issues because we are all responsible for our actions and the consequences that follow them. Unfortunately, whether one is right or wrong, social media does not really care. Some years ago, I called out a public figure but did that resolve the issue? This means I have the social responsibility of taking back my words on social media. If I call out anyone publicly and I feel I was wrong, I would apologize in public too. I don’t believe I should apologize in secret after I had attacked the person publicly. The person may not need me to apologize publicly because I had done it in person but because of my integrity, I would do it.
This fashion goddess can be said to be doing well for her as a mother and a reality TV star, with her spewing sense in every word she has spoken we can say we are proud of her.

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