Actress Juliet Ibrahim on Saturday said it is unhealthy to advise women to stick with their cheating partners.
The 37-year-old said this during an interview with PUNCH Saturday Beats.
She said, “I firmly believe that advising someone, especially a woman, to stay in a relationship despite their partner’s infidelity solely for financial benefits is not a healthy or empowering approach.
“Each person deserves to be in a relationship based on mutual love, trust and respect. Infidelity should not be tolerated or justified based on financial considerations.”
The actress explained that, “Instead, I encourage individuals to prioritise their emotional wellbeing, and make choices that align with their values and self-respect. Every individual deserves to be in a relationship that honours their worth and happiness.”
Juliet revealed she ended her relationship with her former boyfriend Olusegun Olowokere, popularly known as Iceberg Slim, due to alleged cheating.
In April 2020, the 34-year-old warned Iceberg Slim in an open letter shared on Instagram to “move on and let her be”.