The Real Reason Kike Fajemirokun Filed to Divorce Louis Mbanefo

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The first time Kike saw Louis, she thought she had found her trophy of undying love. She held him with her eyes and dreamt of cuddling him in warm embrace. Then she won his heart and her love flamed in his heart with wild, passionate intensity, like a bonfire of the vanities in the dark. Louis Mbanefo too, thought being married to a silver-spoon kid, Kike Fajemirokun, the beautiful daughter of Chief Dele Fajemirokun, would be magical. Hence he sought the hand of his belle in marriage. Kike agreed, out of love.

On their wedding day, in London, the couple seemed overwhelmed with joy. Louis, in particular, was full of enchanting songs. Butterflies flit around his stomach and the fireflies danced in his eyes like the orbs of the eastern muse. Everything was falling into place. He was marrying the woman of his dreams. But marriage isn’t music. Few months into their wedlock, things got really ugly for the couple. Like most of their silvers-poon peer, they couldn’t juggle the demands of marriage with the rage of their rich status.

Marriage became one great furnace to Kike. Realizing that she was the only one getting burnt while her husband was having a ball, she decided to cash out. Hence she filed for divorce.

Like a rodent of the cesspool, fleeing the ambush of an unrelenting sewer cat, Kike filed for divorce to escape her troubled marriage with Louis, contrary to reports that it was the latter that requested for divorce. The marriage, according to sources close to the couple, soon became a prison-house for Kike.
It became a dungeon, exactly like the ones built in an arena of flickering flames that scorches the body and scalds the eyes, in medieval times. Hence Kike’s decision to call it quits. Sadly, Kike and Louis’ marriage, like most celebrity and silver-spoon kids’ marriages, crashed and they have officially divorced. Although their marriage had all the trappings fame and money could give, their marriage was probably ill-fated from the start. It is indeed sad to note that such an extravagant wedding which was held in London could last for only few months. Sad!