AY confirms end of marriage with Mabel, his wife of 20 years

AY confirms end of marriage with Mabel, his wife of 20 years

Comedian and actor, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY, has confirmed that his marriage to his wife Mabel Makun has hit the rocks. About three months

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Comedian and actor, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY, has confirmed that his marriage to his wife Mabel Makun has hit the rocks.

About three months ago, Mabel and AY had unfollowed themselves on social media after Mabel cried out over an alleged threat to her life.

The businesswoman claimed that someone was after her life.

Although she did not mention names, Mabel said that should anything happen to her, that there is only one person to be held responsible adding that she was heading to the police station to report the matter.

“The threat to my life is actually getting out of hand and if anything happens to me, there is just one person to be held responsible. Headed to the police station,” she wrote.

In another post, the interior designer said she has been abused mentally for way too long.

“Been abused mentally and all round for way too long and I have had enough,” she added.

In a lengthy Instagram post on Sunday, the father of two confirmed that his marriage of 20 years has ended.

He told the public not to assume that being loud is strong, and being quiet is weak.

He admitted that he has found himself doing some things that he isn’t proud of.

“Many people believe that staying silent simply means that one is incapable of dealing with issues. Projecting a negative narrative against someone who is not struggling to defend himself doesn’t mean he is weak. Some of us are just logical enough to understand the difference between opinions, values, beliefs, and facts.

“The personality and ability that I possess simply confirm that i have reached that stage in my life where I can not be entertaining the public with deep personal family issues. They just might be too much to handle concerning the individuals involved. Not even when I have a grown-up daughter who has access to social media. Her mental health needs to be protected from seeing things she can not be proud of online.

“Yes! Without compromising my family, I have found myself doing some things that I am not proud of today. It is one thing to watch my friendship/marriage of 20 years slip off my hands, but it’s another thing for the parties involved to understand how to appropriate the blame in a space that is designed for most women to always play the victims and win. I can tell you for free that no one is completely INNOCENT enough to cast stones.

“Presently, I am loving the way that lies about me in all these blogs are traveling faster than the truth. But my painful truth will eventually beat away all the lies.”