Nollywood actress and politician, Funke Akindele, has revealed the real reasons behind her failed marriage to JJC Skillz
Recall that it came as a shock to many, when in June, JJC openly declared an end to his marriage with Funke Akindele
There were rumors of miss-management of funds, cheating, amongst other allegations from both sides
Meanwhile, since their marriage fell apart, the PDP Deputy Governor candidate hasn’t said a word about it
But in a recent interview on Thursday with ladies of “Your View” on TVC, Funke Akindele decided to spill the tea
According to her, their dreams and vision of what their marriage should be like no longer aligned.
She added that all efforts ti make it work fell on deaf ears, hence, their decision to split.
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“Well, the truth is our dreams and vision of what our marriage should be just no longer aligned. And efforts to make it work all fell on deaf ears, so why hang around”.
Meanwhile, Funke Akindele has declared that her latest movie, “Battle on Buka Street” will be her last in the movie industry, as she plans to fully focus on her political career
Recall that in July, Akindele confirmed her PDP deputy governorship candidacy.
According to her, she is passing the baton to the younger generation. However, she would still be at the background to advise and supervise them.
She expressed how fulfilled she is to have evolved from being an actress to a writer, producer, director and now discovering new talents.
She said, “A great change has happened positively if you noticed. From being an actor, I also write, produce, direct and discover new faces.
So, I have passed the baton of production to the young people because I have moved into politics now. ‘Battle on Buka Street’ is like a farewell because I am going to be the next deputy governor of Lagos State. So, I am passing the baton to the new ones because we need to give them an opportunity.
Yes, I will be in the background to advise and supervise them, but let them be the face. Let us celebrate them, are you not tired of seeing old faces?”
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