Pere Says He Was Married For A Year At The Age Of 25
He described it as a “sex on the first day” situation.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Pere Egbi, a housemate on “Big Brother Naija,” has talked about his marital situation.
In an interview with Toke Makinwa for her podcast “Toke Moments,” Pere admitted that he was married when he was 25.
They generally had sex in his car since he didn’t have a place to go at the time, therefore in his opinion, their relationship was mostly sexual.
Pere stated that she met him after being introduced by one of his friends, and they later swapped phone numbers.
He continued by saying that following their initial encounter, things between them turned sexually exciting and he asked her out on a date the third day.
In his words, “I married at 25 for a year plus it was sex on a first date thing and I had just moved to America and we were having sex in my car cause I didn’t have my own space. Our relationship was sexual thing. I got introduced to her by my friend and that’s how we met. On the third day, we saw physically and we had our first sex. We went out for dinner and sexual sparks started flying, we got a room and we did it.”
Pamela Heoma was Pere Egbi’s wife. It was then revealed that he split in 2011 because his wife suspected him of cheating on her with his closest friend.
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