Lanre Gentry supposedly sent a message asking her to remove the domestic violence posts from her Instagram page promising not to beat her again.
Lanre Gentry supposedly sent the message below asking her to remove the domestic violence posts from her Instagram page promising not to beat her again.
The actress shared their conversation minutes ago writing,
"Why will a man who obviously beat his wife, try so much to deny what he did? My take is because he knows what he did is wrong and apparently he is ashamed and cannot own up to it...... Let us be very careful of what we do especially when we are Angry as we might not know the consequences of that action.......Violence, like I keep saying, does not and will not solve anything, let us learn to control our anger at all times..... Arguments are bound to happen between couples but under no circumstances should we let it result to violence! Nobody has a right to hit, his or her partner regardless........
Battery and Assault is a CRIME! #saynodomesticviolence #saynotoassault
Join us in the #1in3Africa campaign, a campaign against violence! We are walking the streets of lagos to show our displeasure at this menace that is eating deep into our system....... Join us tomorrow by 10am, Start off point is Falomo Bridge by Awolowo Road......
Conflicts should be settled amicably and not through violence, only weak men hit women."
This comes after Mercy Aigbe released a video of the damage done to her face by her estranged husband, Lanre Gentry.
Gentry took to her Instagram page to tell Nigerians that she is just using her domestic violence claim to make money.
According to him, it's all a movie Mercy Aigbe is producing. He wrote, "she is just using you people to make money for herself."
Meanwhile, Aigbe would also be leading a walk against domestic violence on Friday, June 30, 2017, at Ikoyi.