Stop The Allegations, I Am Not A ‘Husband Snatcher’, Stella Damasus Cries Out | WakaWaka Reporters
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Stop The Allegations, I Am Not A ‘Husband Snatcher’, Stella Damasus Cries Out

Nollywood actress, Stella Damsaus has reacted to allegation that she is a ‘husband snatcher’.

The actress was lambasted by fans and followers after the news of her relationship with fellow actress, Doris Simeon’s ex-husband, Daniel Ademinokan, went viral.

The mother of two, whose first marriage to Jaiye Aboderin was short-lived as he died when she was about 28 years old, disclosed she isn’t getting any younger and is not about to start hiding herself.

Reacting to the ‘husband-snatching’ tag which she had been labelled, the actress cum gospel artiste in a recent chat said:

“I have kept mum on the allegation until now and I feel it’s time I expressed myself.

“One of the comments I have seen consistently, over and over again is, ‘Stella snatches somebody’s husband’; ‘Stella the husband snatcher’; which is what has been going on.

“And I had sworn that I would never talk about it or even listen or stress myself about the issue. But I have decided to talk about it now, so that I end it once and for all’, she said.

“How is it possible to go to somebody’s home, take a happily married man, take his son away from his home and say follow me.

“Let’s assume you are a man, and according to their story, he is happily married inside his home with his family complete, and I walk into that home to forcefully take a man, able-bodied man, and a kid, away from somebody’s hand and you are there looking at me.

“How does that work?

“So logically if people actually sit down and think about it intelligently, how do you snatch somebody from somebody and the person is there looking at you?

“So when you see a man who has settled ties with a woman and decides to move on with his life and you feel that there is something in this man that you like and he likes you, is there a problem there?

“I am not a kid. I am 38 years old. I am not about to start hiding myself’ the ‘Games women play’ thespian actress averred.