After news made the rounds of their troubled marriage and several attempts to cover up, popular Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh, has opened up on his divorce from Nollywood actress Damilola Adegbite. Chris Attoh confirms divorce.
Recall that a couple of months ago, news made the rounds that the delectable actress and her husband were having irreconcilable differences in their marriage. From on-set romance to Damilola getting pregnant, the celebrity couple got married in February 2015 in Accra at La Villa Boutique Hotel but just two years down the line, reports had it that the marriage had hit the rock. According to the report, Chris and Damilola’s marriage is engulfed in problems that will more likely bring it to an official end; that’s if it has not even already ended.
Chris Attoh confirms divorce
Recently, Damilola debunked the rumour, saying “People just need to realise that everybody has their personal lives and we would rather keep it that way…” Read up her full statement HERE.
But in an interview with BellaNaija, Attoh, after several months of speculations, says his marriage is officially over. He spoke about his son Brian, his newly started foundation and so much more.
The actor revealed he would have loved to become a stuntman had he not made the cut as an actor, he is still friends with his ex wife but they are trying to create a balance between work and career as it was a major cause of the break up.
See excerpts below…
On how he and his ex-wife Damilola Adegbite balanced their marriage, son and work:
I believe throughout our marriage, it was probably one of the most challenging things we ever did, however, the key word is balance. At times when we both had to work, our parents would be there to hold the fort. God bless family because they were and still are very supportive.
However, since the divorce, we are obviously now reworking things to create a new balance between work, spending time with and raising our son. Dami is a wonderful woman and an amazing mother. Despite our differences, she and I will always be friends.
So more than anything we will find ways to continue to make sure that Brian can still have a balanced upbringing filled with love and support. Both our families have been and are still very supportive in helping us take care of our son Brian when we can’t be there due to work.