Actor Uche Maduagwu: I was Raised by a Single Mum, Met My Dad When I was 14

Actor Uche Maduagwu: I was Raised by a Single Mum, Met My Dad When I was 14

- Uche Maduagwu has revealed what growing up was like for him and how not meeting his father till age 14 affected him

- The Nollywood actor addressed people judging him, adding that they do not know his story

- Maduagwu who is known to be a controversial figure went public with his sexuality as a gay about a month back

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Controversial Nollywood actor and social media critic, Uche Maduagwu, has taken to social media to share a little bit about himself.

In a recent post, the actor and social media critic opened up about being raised by a single mother. According to Maduagwu, he only met his dad when he clocked 14.

Don't judge me if you don't know my story - Nollywood actor Uche Maduagwu says
Uche Maduagwu revealed he met his dad when he was 14. Photo credit: @uchemaduagwu
Source: Instagram

In his words:

"Don't judge me if you don't know my story I was raised by a single mum a strong Yoruba woman I only got to meet my dad for the first time at age 14 this affected me emotionally."

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Only a while ago, he took to social media to share his opinion, this time on relationships.

The film star who is known for his sometimes controversial views on issues gave a key factor to know what a husband material must be able to do.

According to Maduagwu in a video shared on his Instagram page, a man who can not give his woman at least N300,000 to start a business is unserious husband material.

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Meanwhile, Nigerians on social media have blasted singer/songwriter, Seyi Shay, over her comments about a 17-year-old upcoming singer, Ayo, which many considered mean and harsh.

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Seyi Shay who is one of three judges - and the only female - at the ongoing Nigerian Idol, passed her judgement after Ayo sang for them, rejecting his performance as worthy of getting a Golden Ticket.

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