Why marriages will keep breaking easily — Actress Shan George | Dailytrust

Why marriages will keep breaking easily — Actress Shan George

Shan George
Shan George

Popular Nollywood actress, Shan George, has given her two cents on the reason why marriages would keep crashing easily.

The actress while stating her mind via her Instagram story on Tuesday noted that marriages will ‘keep breaking as easily as clay plates’ if the couple does not understand that women nag because of love while men quarrel and shout at their wives because of love.

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“Until men begin to realise that women nag because of love, and women begin to realise that men quarrel and shout at their wives because of love, marriages will continue to break as easily as clay plates,” she said.

The actress had her first marriage was when she was 16. However, in 2020, Shan George announced via her Instagram handle that she was engaged to get married for the fourth time as she showed off her engagement ring.

In her post, she revealed that the man was also from Cross River like her, adding that she had been scared and sceptical in the past, but this union seems right and she said yes to her best friend, brother and partner.

“As scared and sceptical as I’ve been all this past years, based on unfavourable past experiences, this one seem to be just too right to be afraid of, or to hide.

“So I SAID YES!! To my best friend, my brother, partner, business associate, fellow crossrivarian, my ride or die since 1800, my available shoulder to cry on always.(sic)

“Let’s try again this one last time. It’s never too late. Yes, I Love You Too!” she wrote.

The delectable actress is also a singer, film producer and director. Prior to debuting in the movie Thorns of Rose, she had previously featured in a 1997 soap opera titled Winds of Destiny.

She is best known for her role in the movies Outkast and Welcome to Nollywood.


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