Actor Uche Maduagwu Claims 80% of Nigerian Actresses have Illegitimate Children for Their Husbands, Fans React

Actor Uche Maduagwu Claims 80% of Nigerian Actresses have Illegitimate Children for Their Husbands, Fans React

- Controversial Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu, has spoken on Nigerian actresses and their marriages

- According to the movie star, many of their marriages would be disrupted if DNA test is done for their kids as most of them are illegitimate

- Some fans who reacted to his post wondered where he got his 80% statistics from

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Popular Nigerian filmmaker, Uche Maduagwu, is no doubt known for his controversial take on issues and he recently set his sights on Nollywood actresses and their marriages.

According to the controversial personality, a number of Nigerian actresses’ marriages would be destroyed if DNA test is done on their children.

He said that a number of them will run and abandon their marriages if that were to happen. Explaining further, he said that this was the case because about 80% of their children do not actually belong to their husbands.

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Actor Uche Maduagwu Claims 80% of Nigerian Actresses Have Illegitimate Children for Their Husbands
Actor Uche Maduagwu had this to say about Nigerian actresses and how DNA will scatter their marriages. Photos: @uchemaduagwu
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See his post below:

In a chat with Legit.ng's Owolawi Taiwo, Maduagwu explained that a number of married Nollywood actresses are promiscuous, especially the Hausa ones. He added that he was not interested in exposing them.

After Maduagwu shared his controversial take on the issue, some internet users trooped to his comment section to react. While some people agreed with him, others advised the actor to mind his own business.

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Read what some of them had to say below:

Theosodom2ky:

“You and your baseless statistics”

Kemi_akanji._:

“You go just dey look for wahala up and down. Leave this people alone nah your marriage ”

Juliechinenye225:

“Are u sure u are ur father's son?”

Mali_wene:

“Na only today you talk watin make sense”

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Official_eve1010:

“That why all of them are making it more than you do because you never discovered your target stop the hate envy spirit in you pray to God to bless you leave your follow human being a long before you turn to wizard if acting No favour you please beg people to teach you Yahoo make your pikin No ask you were you dey when all of them dem making by than you go answer say when dem dey make money you dey, dey find DNA test wey No be wetin carry you come industry”

Interesting.

In other related news, Legit.ng earlier came up with a list of six Nigerian celebrities who do not need to do DNA test on their children due to their striking resemblance.

In recent times, the Nigerian social media space has been buzzing with hot takes about DNA tests and whether men needed to ascertain the paternity of their children to avoid stories that touch in future.

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However, some fathers have had no reason to doubt the paternity of their children especially because of the great resemblance they share.

Some Nigerian celebrities are also sitting comfortably on this table as their children are a spitting image of them.

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