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If you are dating a married man, you better be cashing out, Mercy Aigbe advises single ladies


Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe has advised single ladies dating married men to ensure they are cashing out of that relationship.

The single mum of two gave the advice in her Valentine’s day message to lovers. In a video she shared on her IG page, she said:

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”If you are a side chic to a married man, Girl, you are better be cashing out. Secure the bag, get that dough, get that money because that man isn’t yours. Sis, he isn’t yours.”

He belongs to another woman so please it had better be worth it. Don’t go and collect chocolate and flowers as gifts from a married man oh.. If you do, your head needs to be examined.”

If you are dating a married man, chop his money, collect his money because that man is already married. So stupid girls will be dating a married man will be doing love…sis he is not yours. He belongs to another woman so use your brain.”

Mercy Aigbe is a Nigerian actress, director, fashionista and businesswoman. She is best known for her Yoruba indigenous movies.

After her recent marriage, controversial Yoruba actress Mercy Aigbe revealed that her new famous Yoruba filmmaker husband, Adeoti Kazim, is a Muslim and is entitled to marry more than one wife.

In January 2022, the 44-year-old actress on Wednesday, through a message she sent to a TVC talk show host, Morayo Afolabi-Brown, debunked claims that her new husband was a friend of her ex-husband, Lanre Gentry. The actress wedded Mr Gentry in 2013 and divorced him in 2017. The union produced a son, Juwon.


Further report revealed that Kazim Adeoti is the brain behind Adekaz Production Limited which is one of the leading producers of Yoruba movies in Nigeria. Kazim Adeoti made it to the limelight because of his relationship with Mercy Aigbe, and many Nigerians are keen on knowing more about the top marketer.

Mercy Aigbe was born on 1 January 1978 in Edo State to Pa Aigbe and Mrs Abisola Grace Owodunni. She hails from Benin city which is the capital of Edo State. She is the second child in a family of five.

She did her primary education at St. Francis primary school and attended Maryland Comprehensive Secondary School Ikeja, Lagos.

She is also an alumnus of The Polytechnic, IbadanOyo State, where she received her OND in Financial Studies.In 2001, Mercy Aigbe graduated from University of Lagos with a degree in Theater Arts.


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