- Bambam and Teddy A have once again taken to social media to refute claims of domestic violence in their marriage
- This comes after social media users reacted to a new photo of Bambam in which many believed she had a black eye
- In a recent Instagram Live video, the couple hilariously addressed the rumours with Bambam appearing without makeup to prove she didn't have a black eye
2018 BBNaija couple, Bambam and Teddy recently took to social media to deny claims of domestic abuse in their marriage with Bambam being the victim.
Nigerians on social media were buzzing with mixed reactions earlier when the new mum shared a photo of her post-baby body. However, many people who saw the photo seemed to believe she had a black eye.
The rumours immediately went round the internet with accusing fingers pointing at Teddy A. However, the couple wasted no time in refuting these rumours.
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In the video, Bambam who appeared bare-faced without any makeup, did in fact not have any black eye and she jokingly asked her husband about the black eye.
Watch video below:
This is not the first time the couple have had to refute abuse claims.
Only 5 months ago, news made the rounds on Nigeria’s social media that they are having a troubled marriage due to domestic violence.
The gossip blog, Cutie_Julls on Instagram claimed Teddy A had been beating up his woman, Bambam and that he still has not stopped even after she is pregnant. The rumour caused a lot of unrest amongst fans of the couple as they demanded that the blog showed proof of their allegations rather than spread false news.
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Meanwhile, Nollywood veteran, Victoria Inyama has once again opened up on her failed married to Godwin Okri. In a recent Instagram post, the former screen goddess who is now a psychologist, described her marriage as toxic.
She revealed that she could not leave her marriage initially because she lost herself in the marriage which was heavily influenced by culture and religion.
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