-Salako, known Nollywood She has revealed the reasons why she stayed in an abusive marriage for an extended period.
Revealing this in a recent interview with TVC, the actress, who has since remarried, revealed that she initially became aware of the abuse on their wedding night.
Despite this, she stayed in the marriage because she was worried about what others would think and was grateful for the children she had from the union.
Eventually, Foluke realized that he needed to leave the marriage for his own safety. Although some people did not support her decision, she knew that she was the right one.
“If I hadn’t come out,” he explained, “if I had died there, it would now be a forgotten case.” Foluke understands that not everyone will agree with her choices, but she is willing to stand up for her truth rather than risk her life to prove something to the world.
Foluke Daramola Salako recently opened up to red flags in relationships.
The wife of the politician Kayode Salako in an interview with TVC Your View revealed that she lost her virginity through rape.
As such, she developed a hatred for sex and saw it as punishment, but her first husband didn’t care about her plight and wanted it every day.
To her, she saw it as beatings and she was always afraid to go home.
“I lost my virginity through rape, so sex for me was a punishment and the person I married always wanted it. I felt like he was hitting me.”
She added that before she married him, she saw the red flags but ignored them.
Foluke said that her partner was pressuring her to get married and since she wanted to get married due to peer pressure, she jumped at it.
She revealed that she broke a sim on her wedding night when her husband asked her to cut it.
“When I wanted to get my first marriage, the signal was there even though my partner was pressuring me to get married and I thought my friends were getting married. All the signs were there. Anger issues.
My first experience was on my wedding night. I have a broken sim because I had to switch to a new sim.
I saw the signs of abuse and anger, but I ignored them.
I had to stay there because of what the evidence would say.”