U.S. based Nigerian actress, Georgina Onuoha has taken to her Instagram to react to teens actress, Regina Daniels ‘marriage’ to 59-year-old billionaire, Ned Nwoko.
Her reaction is coming after photos and video of Regina and Ned at an event hit the internet yesterday.
According to Georgina, she made her choice with the endorsement of her mother and she wishes her happiness even though she will never endorse teen marriage as a parent and mother.
“Ok everyone, please stop sending me DMs and tags about this young woman. I don’t know her nor have I met her.
No one has made me a judge over her or her decisions even though my name is Georgina and not Regina. The last time I checked, I did not go to a law school neither was I appointed a judge.
It’s her life, her business and her propagative.
When those before her are busy flaunting private jet and fake plastic ass, most of you did not cry wolf.
She has made her choice with the endorsement of her mother behind her to be a teen bride , so let her be. Most of her senior colleagues are busy sleeping with old politicians, pastors , fly to Dubai to sleep with old wrinkled Arabic men and married men and you all go hail them as slay queens. You endorse bad behavior as hard work.
Islam permits more wives and she has made her choice. While I don’t and will never endorse teen marriage as a parent and mother, I wish her happiness.
In my days, some followed yahoo and 419 boys for extra stretch limousines, where are they today? Some teen brides have go on to make something out of themselves by pursuing academics.
What is morally corrupt is the Nigerian society that celebrates immorality and go agog with it with impunity.
So please, don’t DM me or tag me on such nonsense.
Her life and choice.
I don’t pay her bills and will encourage her to equally pursue education regardless.
So please people address the problems facing our nation and let Regina deal with her private life.
If you dm me again I will block you.
I am not her mother nor judge.
I encourage Pens and not joystick for young girls.”