I never slept with your close friend, says Kaffy’s ex-husband | Dailytrust

I never slept with your close friend, says Kaffy’s ex-husband

Popular Nigerian dancer Kaffy
Popular Nigerian dancer Kaffy

Joseph Ameh, the ex-husband of popular Nigerian dancer, Kafayat Shafau popularly knows Kaffy has finally broken the silence over his failed marriage.

His comment about his failed marriage to Nigeria’s dance queen comes shortly after Kaffy via a recent interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo, claimed that her ex-husband, was a cheat and he slept with her best friends.

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The dancer said, “I asked him what he had against me that was making him sleep around, even with my best friends. I knew that if I really loved him, I had to let him go.”

Reacting to the allegation, the father-of-two stated that although he had made ‘a lot of silly mistakes’ during their marriage, he never slept with his ex-wife’s best friends.

Ameh said, “I will make this as brief as possible. I made a lot of silly mistakes in my life and in my marriage. I take full responsibility for all my foolishness with absolutely no excuses.

“However, I never slept with your best friend or close pals- neither have I ever been violent towards you, contrary to the narratives flying around about me.

“Anyway, It has been a year since the marriage officially ended. I’ve tried to move on and I do advise you do the same too.

“I wish all the very best to both of us as we move on maturely. The end of our marriage should not be the end of our lives. “This is the first and last time I will speak on this subject.”

In January 2022, Kaffy shocked her friends and fans as she took to her social media account to announce that she and her husband, Ameh, had been divorced.

While she gave details of the divorce, Ameh remained silent till now.

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