Ms. DSF Says Her Relationship With Her Ex Wasn’t Love But Jazz
The relationship was listed as her worst loss this year.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Ms. DSF, a Nigerian actress and DJ, has talked openly about her relationship with her ex. Dorcas Shola Fapson.
The DJ was questioned about her worst loss this year during a sit-down interview on Toke Makinwa’s “Toke Moments” show, and she responded that it was a previous relationship.
She remarked, referring to her ex,
“You know sis, you know what my biggest loss was.”
Toke, who understood what she was saying, voiced her perplexity at how a relationship could become so sour. Fapson responded: “That wasn’t love, that was jazz, juju, my eye don clear abeg. Now, like off camera we know what’s up. I was in a relationship for six years, on and off for six years, I’d never come online and talk bad about anyone, I’m very good friends with them, but you see that one person that happened this year…”
The name of the ex was kept a secret throughout the conversation, but the DJ stressed how much about life and relationships she learned from the partnership.
The musician Skiibii and the actress had their final known romance. Several months before they divorced, the pair had hinted at their relationship with cute self-portraits.
The split between Skiibii and DSF sparked debate on social media after the DJ stated in a since-deleted tweet, “Ice on your neck. Ice on your wrist. No running water in your house. No food in your fridge, zero money in your account.”
In reaction to this criticism, Skiibii reacted with a video of himself dancing to his hit song “Baddest Boy,” which sparked a quiet social media discussion.
She also reacted to the news of Skiibii’s latest acquisition of his collection of automobiles by saying that she thought it was a facade.
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