Maureen Esisi Sparks Controversy with Comments on Church Boys
Written by maxfmeditor3 on May 3, 2023
Nollywood actor Blossom Chukwujekwu’s ex-wife, Maureen Esisi, aka Red Vigor, has once again caused a stir on social media with her controversial statement about church boys. In a recent post, Maureen shared some sultry photos with a cryptic caption about church boys who pretend to be what they are not.
Maureen warns girls to steer clear of church boys who abstain from sexual relationships before marriage, stating that they are the devil’s plan and not the right type for girls.
“Avoid those Church Boys who play the “noS#x before Marriage” card and gets you thinking God has done it for you….No Sis!!!! Nahhhhh!!! It’s the Devil who did that!!! Your Gender ain’t his Type. RUN!!!!!!!”
Maureen Esisi’s statement has sparked mixed reactions online, with many people bashing her for making her failed marriage an example for all marriages, while some believe she is shading her ex, who got married to a relative of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.
Maureen Esisi has been open about her struggles to find true happiness since her divorce from Blossom Chukwujekwu, and the recent controversy has only brought more attention to her personal life.
In a post on her verified Instagram page, Maureen revealed her pain and struggles as she approaches her 35th birthday, stating that staying happy has become a luxury she can no longer afford.
“35 by Sunday. Just ask for my account details. My Biggest Struggle Now is Staying Happy… it used to be too easy for me… Now it feels more like Luxury I can’t Afford,” she wrote.
In the past, Maureen has shared tips on how to please a good woman, emphasizing the importance of honesty and respect in a relationship. She has also spoken candidly about the difficulties she faced after leaving her 2-year marriage with Blossom.
“Let’s look back two years ago when I left my marriage. I left my marriage penniless broken, and penniless. I can remember it like it was yesterday. I have no money in my account. My business had suffered so much,” she said.
“It wasn’t easy, I swear. For the first time in my life, suicide felt like it was the only thing to do. How time flies! Two years later, and I will tell you this for a fact. It was the best decision ever.”
Maureen’s recent comments about church boys have reignited the debate about sexual abstinence before marriage and the role of religion in relationships. Some people have criticized her for promoting a dangerous message, while others have supported her right to speak her mind.
Regardless of the controversy, it is clear that Maureen Esisi remains a strong and independent woman who is not afraid to speak her truth. As she continues to navigate life after her divorce, she serves as an inspiration to others who may be struggling with similar challenges.