Over the weekend, actress Chacha Eke announced that she’s ended her marriage to movie producer, Austin Faani after almost ten years together and three beautiful kids.
“I know people will say i am crazy, but i am not. This video is to let the world know i am done. I am done finally and i am leaving with my life. You will hear my story,” Chacha Eke announced in a now deleted video that has since gone viral.
Many believed the act was as a result of domestic violence suffered in the hands of Austin Faani.
However, Chacha Eke’s brother, Aik Eke has taken to his Instagram page to shed more light on the sad event.
His post read:
“There was a time in 2012 when I always post my negative experiences on social media, I post when I’m hungry, when I’m sad, when I’m broke, when I’m sick, etc. My Mom and Sister (Charity) told me to stop posting and showing the world my pains that people will pretend to sympathise with me and use my weakness against me someday. The advice helped me to master the art of social media, it made me show the world what I wanted them to see and not all of me. Surprisingly, Charity did the unexpected on Saturday morning with the viral video but I paused and thought, ‘What if she did not break the rule? What if she only wanted the world to see a bit of what she wants to show them?’ She said and I quote ‘I’m Done, I’m not crazy, you’ll hear from me soon’.
“She’s done ❓
She’s not crazy ✅
You’ll hear from her soon ❌
“I admit her mistake by bringing it on social media but if it worked for her at the moment, if it was a way to calm her down in whatever she was passing through then it was worth it 👍🏽
“I’ve been receiving calls and text messages, I’ve seen different posts with different and funny captions. People have gone ahead with their versions and have concluded what happened but no, THIS WAS NOT A CASE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, FAR FAR FROM IT… IT HAS NEVER BEEN, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HAS RECEIPTS (SCARS, BRUISES ETC). People have different reasons for wanting to quit their union but DOMESTIC VIOLENCE has become the most mentioned, assumed and popular in this part of the world. Similar things happens when someone’s threshold for pain has been exhausted, when someone has reached an elastic limit. It’s OK to let emotions out in which ever way that works best for one as far as it does not bring harm.
“Please let me use this medium to reply all messages and calls, She is very fine and smiling. I repeat this is not a case of DOMESTIC VIOLENCE and it’s not in my place to tell you whatever ensued.
“Thanks for the care ❤