We’ve experienced not just one, but numerous celebrity break ups which of course is very alarming.
This leaves us wondering if the concept of a ‘Perfect Match’ still really exists
Despite these marital woes, there still exist some celebrity couples who we all adore their love and union that we can’t just imagine them apart!
Here is a list of some Nollywood Celebrity Couples We Can’t Imagine Apart.
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10. Tunde and Wunmi Obe.
This couple have been together for over 16 years and they’re still going strong.
Speaking with a PremiumTimes reporter, the Duo said they can never ever break up, not even as a music group but also as a couple.
Music stars, Tunde and Wunmi Obe, popularly known as TWO, have said they cannot break up as a music group, not even for publicity sake.
The duo, who spoke at a press conference in Lagos, said they were not just best friends, but happily married with kids and are seen as role models by several persons within and outside the entertainment industry.
“How do we explain to our kids whose friends in school will ask them if the split is true?” Wunmi said. “Do we say, ‘See daddy and mummy are just playing so we can sell records and make headlines?’ Ours goes beyond just music. We were members of the same band then became best friends, dated and married, so it’s not going to be easy to split up.”
“We are lucky, we have been working with the same manager, same people for over decades,” Tunde said. “Whenever we have any disagreement, we talk like mature adults. We have never had any confrontational period. I’m her best friend, she’s my best friend. When you don’t talk to your best friend you know how it feels.
“We make a joke of everything like “Wetin dey do you sef?” That’s the kind of relationship we have. We always communicate with a lot of respect. If you talk to me respectfully and I talk to you with respect, where will the quarrel come from and that’s the same thing about our marriage.”
Tunde jokingly blamed their clean image for their lack of brand endorsements.
“Maybe you (should) ask the brands, because I don’t understand,” he said. “It is giving the impression that having a clean image is not ok in Nigeria. Maybe we need a little bit of scandal in our lives, but we don’t know. It’s as shocking as ever.”