In a recent twist to the ongoing saga surrounding veteran actor Mr. Ibu, his wife has made a significant U-turn regarding her earlier claims about the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN). Originally, she had accused the AGN of not supporting her husband during his battle with diabetes complications. However, in a recent podcast with the controversial media personality Uche Maduagwu, she retracted these statements and offered an apology to the AGM.
During the candid conversation, she admitted that her previous accusations were unfounded and a result of manipulation. She expressed regret for any offense her comments may have caused, emphasizing that she had no intention of disparaging the AGM or anyone associated with it. In fact, she acknowledged that several people, including actress Kate Henshaw, had shown support by visiting the hospital when Mr. Ibu was critically ill. This clarification and apology mark a significant shift in her stance and shed new light on the support network surrounding Mr. Ibu during his health crisis.
Mr. Ibu’s health struggles have been a topic of public concern, particularly following the amputation of his leg due to complications from diabetes. This personal health battle has been a source of sympathy and support from fans and colleagues alike.
Amidst these developments, a seperate scandal had emerged. Recently, it was revealed that Jasmine, who was introduced to the public as Mr. Ibo’s daughter, is not actually his biological daughter. This revelation comes after both his wife and Jasmine’s ex-husband disclosed that Jasmine was, in fact, involved in a sexual relationship with Mr. Ibu while he was in good health. This shocking twist has caused a stir in the entertainment industry, raising questions about the nature of their relationship and the truth behind the façade that was presented to the public.