The ex fiancee to Nigerian singer, Chinedu Okoli aka Flavour, Beverly Oh, has dished out some details about her bittersweet relationship with the singer in a recent interview with NAIJ..
Beverly, who has spent most of her life in the USA and recently dropped a new single, opened up on how she met Flavour, got engaged and how he forced her to quit her music career.
How she met Flavour
My relationship with Flavour was a bittersweet one. I met him in 2012 when he performed at a show in Houston, Texas where I am from. 3 weeks after we met, he flew me to Nigeria, Enugu to be precise.
I met his parents and he proposed to me. I didn’t know why he was taking me to his parents so quickly at that time.
My mum and aunts kept telling me to cover up and make sure I say yes ma, no ma and all that stuff. He proposed and I said yes.
How Naija girls had a plan for her man
One of the issues we had was the fact that he was based in Nigeria and I was based in the States.
This was one of the things that allowed extra noise come into our relationship. We tried to spend time together, but if Naija girls have a plan for your man, they will follow through.
This is why I think women need to be close to her man because men are so weak!
How he wanted her to quit her music career
He said that I should quit my career because our relationship wouldn’t work if they were two stars in the relationship.
Why the relationship did not work
Our relationship did not work because of lies and deceit. I felt like we both made mistakes so I’m not going to put it all on him.
Also when he started getting all the women pregnant, I couldn’t deal. I was like ‘hell no’.