Blessing Boma Douglas, the daughter in law of veterans, Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva who recently made headlines after revealing her crashed marriage has now disclosed how difficult motherhood has been but is still being able to overcome it.
The mental health advocate who got married to the actors’ son, Olusoji Jacobs in July 2018 shared photos of herself and her daughter with the caption below to celebrate mothers’ day today.
“I haven’t found it easy, but I’ve always found a way to make it work even when I don’t know-how.
There are no breaks, no one to take over when I’m overwhelmed. This journey is constantly testing my strength. Regardless, love is fueling my drive and I can’t imagine my life without @atarahbaby
BLESSING, YOU ARE DOING WELL”
Kemi Filai recalls that Blessing Boma Douglas, the daughter in law of veterans Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva had backtracked on her statement that she has parted ways with her husband.
Kemi Filani news reported on Thursday, March 31st, 2022 that Blessing Douglas had shocked many when she claimed that the couple had broken up.
Blessing made this known during a question and answer session with her fans where she stated that her divorce is irreconcilable and can’t be repaired.
While engaging with her fans, a fan had inquired if she was still married and she shocked many when she said her marriage as hit the rock.
When another fan asked if her marriage can be repaired, she stated that what God can’t do doesn’t exist however they are not ready to patch things up.
Blessing further added that she was opened up to dating someone else.
Making a U turn, Blessing stated that her marriage to Olusoji Jacobs is still intact and she was only joking when she made such a statement.
According to her, she was only playing pranks with her fans because of their persistent questions about her marriage.
“Those who know me, know that I can be quite playful, and one of the ways I like to connect with my community of followers is through my Instagram stories, a space purposefully curated to be light-hearted, serving as a virtual extension of my jovial personality.
Now generally refrain from discussing my personal life within this space; however, after a series of incessant, and borderline insensitive inquiries about my marriage, I responded in the best way I knew I could – through humour and retorted with sarcasm. But given how fast, far and wide the appearance of bad news can spread, I have realized the need to be more cautious in my public interactions. On that note, Soji and I are still happily married and I will not be discussing that the issue any further. And now that that’s out of the way, please feel free to discuss some exciting news. Atarahbaby, my US based skincare line is finally coming to Nigeria! Click the link in my bio to preorder from April 1st. God bless!”.