Rosaline Muerer Throws what Looks Like a Shade at Tonto Dikeh

Following the trend of celebrities that have been sharing wisdom nuggets, Rosaline Muerer shares her’s but this one seems to be directed to actress, Tonto Dikeh.

Yesterday, 14th of September 2017 had Tonto Dikeh talking about raising her child without both parents rather than have him (King) raised in a violent home because a violent environment damages a child.

Today, Rosaline whom Tonto had claimed to be the other woman in her marriage in the middle of the crises between the actress and her estranged husband Oladunni Churchill but Miss Muerer debunked this claim in an interview with Media Hub stating that she sees him as her mentor and someone with a good heart.

The controversial actress (Muerer) however, today, in a series of posts on Snapchat gave a few words of advice on marriage…

The first snapchat

Muerer’s Snap

Excepts from her snaps bellow…

”It’s a bond yo! An agreement with yourselves and God. Yes there are ups and downs and it’s not always all that rosy but hey we are born in a time where if something is broken we just throw it away! Why not try IF SOMETHING IS BROKEN, FIX IT!

There is no guarantee that your next catch will be any better. Embrace and keep in mind all the good sides of someone and work on how to deal with the bad sides. Your next partners bad side might be even worst. No one is perfect.

“I’m 25 years old. Never been married but hey it’s quite logical. Your marriage doesn’t have anything to do with anyone else but you and your partner. Y’all were made and item. Deal with whatever situation y’all going through and look at it as a phase.

Nawa o. All this marriage matter is so cliche. it’s not that serious oh. It’s something that just flows and happens. It’s not a do Or die thing. These days marriage has been made to look so scary. People are still happily married with zero worries”.

I guess we should just sit back and enjoy the new wave of celebrity advice.

Source: Pulse.ng

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Omaku Josephine

Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria. Catch me on Facebook @Omaku JhoJho Ananeyi and on Instagram @Jho_Ananeyi