“That thing you’re waiting for will not happen” – Actress Rosy Meurer tells trolls


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Nollywood actress, Rosy Meurer, has addressed her detractors who are hoping for the worst to befall her.

The mother of one and wife of Nigerian businessman, Olakunle Churchill, voiced displeasure in a message she shared on her Instagram story about how people misinterpret and add their own meaning to her TikTok videos.

Speaking further, Rosy declared that she will always be immune to the ill will of her “haters”.

In her words,

“Why reading meanings into my TikTok videos. Oh My see how una dey happy up and down ontop wetin no dey. You pipo should not make me laugh jor. Be like say wetin to talk about don finish well carry on den. Confused lot. All I know is that eh, that thing you are impatiently waiting for will not happen so get over yourselves.”

See her post below,

Meanwhile, Rosy Meurer has expressed her undying love for her husband, Olakunle Churchill, on social media.

The thespian, who is currently vacationing in Istanbul, Turkey with her heartthrob and their son, King, shared a video collage showing some of the beautiful moments from the vacation and reiterated her love for her man.

In her caption, Rosy thanked her husband for loving her and noted that until she met him, she had thought “soulmate” never existed and was just a myth.

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Franca Aghemelo popularly called Frankisceo Is an entertainment and lifestyle content creator,blogger and a writer. She has BSC in English from Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma Edo State. A quiet girl and hard working girl. guess what! I smile a lot. I have this quote which says Do to others what you will like them do to you.and best words I like hearing are please, I am sorry and thank you.



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