BBN Reality TV star Ike Onyema reveals how men mocked him about their sexual encounters with his girlfriend

BBN Reality TV star Ike Onyema reveals how men mocked him about their sexual encounters with his girlfriend

…By Larry John for TDPel Media.

Ike Onyema claims people told him they slept with his girlfriend

Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Ike Onyema, has made a shocking revelation during an interview with The Honest Bunch podcast co-hosted by actor, Nedu.

Onyema claimed that different people told him they slept with his girlfriend, and even mocked him by telling him about their sexual escapades with her.

The reality TV star recounted how a bigwig once opened up to him that he slept with his girlfriend. He said, “People have told me they slept with my babe more than once.

I have been up to like two guys, one was a chairman [bigwig], I can’t touch him. I said, ‘Daddy, don’t worry. I hope you enjoyed it?’. They be like, ‘You love her? You love when she does doggy?’ [Laughs]. I will be like, ‘Baba, she did that with you too?’ And they will like, ‘Ah! She bad o, no worry’.”

Onyema further revealed that many Lagos residents are dating the same people unknowingly. He advised that it is better to keep Lagos’ relationship private than to be embarrassed by someone who is also dating your partner. The reality star said, “We all dey f*ck each other, we all dey date each other.

No worry. I feel like this whole thing now, when it was business, some people will share it, some people won’t share it. When it’s a relationship, some people will share it, some people won’t share it.

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Again, back to Psychology, if that relationship is so important to you, maybe you won’t share it [the relationship on social media]. Because if you share it, problems will come. If you are ready to struggle through those problems, then you will make it. If not, don’t worry.”

The interview with Onyema highlights the issue of infidelity and privacy in relationships. The reality TV star’s experience shows how easily people can be deceived in relationships, even when they think they know their partner well.

The interview also emphasizes the need for individuals to be cautious and protect their relationships from the prying eyes of the public.

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