Mercy Aigbe is out to ruin her daughter’s life – Jide Taiwo
It is no longer news that top Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe’s marriage has hit the rocks as both husband and wife are now living apart.
Following the issue of domestic violence that ensued between the actress and her estranged husband Lanre Gentry, Mercy Aigbe is currently in the United Kingdom (UK) where she had gone to receive medical treatments.
NAIJ.com gathered that the actress did not travel with her children but left them in the care of a family member in her new home
Over the weekend her daughter, Michelle Gentry, was spotted at an event and was asked some questions on the red carpet. While answering one of the questions, she disclosed that she hates reading her comment section on Instagram due to the way some people pass negative comments at her mom.
The 16-year-old girl further revealed that it takes a strong person not to lose his/her self-esteem while reading those comments.
Still in the same light, Nigerian man identified as Jide Taiwo has come out to share his own opinion on how he feels the Nollywood actress has forgotten to protect her daughter from all the marriage crisis and social media drama.
According to The Net.ng Jide Taiwo disclosed that: “Mercy and Michelle; slay mama, slay daughter.’ Just an example of the gratifying terms used to describe the Nollywood actress and her teenage daughter. And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. However in the light of her marital crisis that has refused to go away, Mercy Aigbe has focused on being the subject of all discourse and has forgotten to protect her daughter from all of the brouhaha and its blow-back. It is sad enough that any child would see her parents go at each other verbally and physically as the Gentrys have done since. It is terrible enough that a child is witness to the numerous infidelity claims her mother and father have accused each other of. It is the worst when said mother knowingly thrusts the sixteen-year-old into the vicious public, with little concern for the girl’s ability (or lack thereof) to deal with it.” naij