‘I owe no one an explanation’ – Actress Biodun Okeowo finally responds to ‘inconsistent grass to grace story’

It was earlier reported that actress Biodun Okeowo was called out by a fan of hers after she shared a grass to grace story that appeared inconsistent. The actress had shared how she got pregnant at 18 which almost ruined her life and education, but luckily for her things turned out to be great.

However, a fan of hers called her out by reminding her of an interview she granted in which she claimed to have married as a virgin.

As unbelievable as it may seem the actress married as a virgin. At least, she told Potpourri that much in a recent chat. Now, how many women can come forward with such a claim in this flurry-hurry world of quick fix.

“Yes, I did and I can boldly say that,” she declared.

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Biodun Okeowo then went on to bemoan the spate of pre-marital sex among the youths these days, saying it is not a good sign for the future.

“It is saddening that pre-marital sex has taken over our time. In the past, most of our men would disassociate themselves from girls who have been deflowered outside wedlock. Then, a woman’s virginity was her pride but time has changed and human beings have changed. I am not happy about it. Maybe we should blame civilisation or modernisation for this.  I pray for God’s intervention in this era”.

Here is what Biodun Okeowo wrote to counter the claim of inconsistent story….

Be wise, not every story you read is presented by journalists as said… Some Stories are garnished with lies.. to make good headlines.
I stopped granting interviews with some… because your “A” will be “K” by the time they publish your story?.
I owe no one an explanation, but to set the records straight/correct some lies read on the internet.
I was deflowered by my kids father.. we lived together for some years but never got married legally…
The fact that I made a mistake in life shouldn’t stop me from advising against it. I am bold enough to share my story/mistake, which has now turned to my JOY.
What about you? Internet troll..
Hey! It’s just Instagram not that serious. Life itself is not that serious. I am in my house eating Easter rice come and beat me???.
There’s no such thing as bad publicity… #JudgeMe#Idontcare#hatingAintStoppingMyProgress#IamStrong#undettered#Fearless#MyBestIsRightOnTheWay#

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