Regardless of calling for peace, Grace has revisited a few of the points she allegedly confronted whereas nonetheless with her child’s father.
Nollywood actor and filmmaker, Yomi Fabiyi’s child mama, Amarachi Grace Jimoh has revealed the hurtful factor her child daddy Yomi Fabiyi allegedly instructed her after she gave delivery to their son.
The mum-of-one, who welcomed a toddler with the actor this 12 months, claims that actor started bodyshaming her after childbirth. She mentioned he made enjoyable of her stretch marks regardless of understanding that she had none earlier than childbirth. She wrote:
“Inform them.. I couldn’t recover from it when the daddy of my youngster instructed me see stretch marks over your physique. what you positively know I don’t have earlier than I obtained pregnant!!! Emotional abuse is the worst!!!.”
This put up is coming shortly after Grace Jimoh, threw within the towel, and proposed to have a cordial relationship with the actor.
Only a whereas in the past, the mum of 1 once more accused her ex-lover of an entire lot. She additionally mentioned she was depressed and requested the actor to return to her assist.
In response to her plea, Yomi Fabiyi debunked her allegations in opposition to him, and slammed Grace Jimoh for taking part in the gender card to achieve public sympathy and monetary assist on the expense of his profession and psychological well being.
Yomi added that regardless of not be married to her, he gave Grace all of the respect, dignity and care any girl carrying one’s youngster ought to get, but she selected to criminally defame him that he beat her to a stupor that led to compelled labour.
Nevertheless, in a brand new twist, Grace took to her Instagram web page to apologize, asking them to each transfer on. She wrote;
“I’m deeply sorry to everybody and I’m sorry Yomi. I’m sorry for the dragging and all. Please cease insulting and portray me evil. We each know we have been at fault. Let’s simply transfer on in peace. I’m deeply sorry.”
In the meantime Yomi Fabiyi is but to formally reply to her pleas for forgiveness.