Actress Victoria Inyama Opens Up About How Manchester United’s Failures Led to Abuse in Troubled Marriage

Actress Victoria Inyama Opens Up About How Manchester United’s Failures Led to Abuse in Troubled Marriage

Victoria Inyama Unveils Heartbreaking Past: Domestic Violence Tied to Manchester United’s Performance

Renowned Nollywood actress, Victoria Inyama, has candidly shared the harrowing experiences of domestic abuse she endured at the hands of her estranged husband, Godwin Okrim.

In an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwu, Inyama disclosed that her ex-husband often transferred his aggression to her whenever his favorite football club, Manchester United, performed poorly in a match.

The Trauma and Hatred Towards Manchester United

In the revealing interview, Inyama expressed a deep-seated aversion to Manchester United, citing the numerous instances of physical abuse she endured when the football team faced defeat.

The trauma from those incidents continues to affect her, and every time Manchester United loses a match, it serves as a stark reminder of the beatings she experienced during her marriage.

She recounted, “I hate Man Utd, ehn. The number of beatings wey dem beat me because Man United lose match ehn.”

Living with the Lingering Trauma

Despite the passage of time, Inyama revealed that she is still grappling with the emotional aftermath of the abuse.

The association between Manchester United’s match outcomes and the domestic violence she experienced has left a lasting impact on her psyche.

Simi’s Support for Cohabitation Before Marriage

In a separate development, Nigerian singer Simi expressed her support for couples living together before officially tying the knot.

Speaking on the Tea With Tay podcast, Simi clarified that cohabitation provides intending couples with the opportunity to better understand each other before committing to marriage.

The artist revealed that she herself lived with her husband, Adekunle Gold, before they formally got married.

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