Toyin Abraham Ajeyemi and her husband Kola Ajeyemi are two of Nigeria’s most well-known celebrity couples at the moment. Their marriage has endured despite the frequent reports of celebrity couples dissolving. Toyin, however, asserts that it appears that her marriage is being attacked. Toyin Abraham spoke candidly with The Will Downtown about a variety of topics, including her marriage to Kola Ajeyemi, why she thinks people are out to get her, Simi, and Adesua’s nuptials, and more. Here are Toyin Abraham’s words.
It all happened when Toyin was asked about rumors that her marriage was rocky at some point. Toyin Abraham said:
TOYIN ABRAHAM: What happened to my marriage? My marriage has never been rocky. Rocky ko.
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Sometimes, when people don’t have a job and know that there are some marriages that people do not want to hear anything about—my marriage, Adesua’s (and Banky’s), Adekunle’s (and Simi’s) they make stories. It was my husband I was talking to when I said I was suffering and called him “ode”. That’s how close we are. We are friends. We might be in the house for three days and not see because I’m sleeping.
I could be in my room sleeping, and my husband will be with our son and tell him not to disturb me as I sleep. Sometimes I will feel him peck me on the cheek as I sleep. On some days, he will come to my room, and we get intimate; My husband and I don’t have issues. We don’t. I think the only thing that can make me and my husband have issues is when a strange woman walks in and claims to be pregnant because I don’t check my husband’s phone. I used to when I was younger while we were dating. He doesn’t check my phone either. We don’t do business together. He has his YouTube, and I have mine, but we don’t produce together. If he’s shooting his film, he can call me, and I will come as an actress. So many people expect a public display of affection (PDA), but we are not the type of couple heavy on PDA, making it look like the norm. I do it once in a while. I will go and hug him from the back in public.
Everybody in my family is happily married, I’m from a Christian home, and my sister in Canada has been married for nearly 20 years. We don’t fight. The only time we fight is when I remember that we’ve not fought in a while, so I try to stir something up. The way our marriage works, as he’s not currently at home, I take up the bills. If I’m not at home, he takes up the bills. He is renovating our house in Ibadan. When he told me, I was like, “aw pele, no wonder you are broke.” He is hands-on with the children. If he’s shooting or I’m shooting, and we run out of money, we borrow each other. Sometimes you see his name as an executive producer for this reason. We don’t have a joint account. My husband does video calls with his female friends; I do video calls with my male friends, and they all know each other. He is my husband; people don’t understand marriage; they think marriage is only loving; that is the only person you will be with till you die. Love is only about one percent. Just be with someone you can condone. If it’s love, you will be tired of it, and the spark will not be there again. If you are dating, you will feel like you love yourselves because you are stealing it (using a food analogy). But you will be filled up when they put the food on your lap for life and say, ‘Oya eat’.”
What do you think about what Toyin Abraham said?