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"I Still Mercy As Part Of Me" Mercy Aigbe’s Ex Husband, Lanre Gentry Discloses The Status Of Their Relationship


Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe’s ex-hubby has revealed the status of his relationship with the actress. As indicated by Lanre, he is yet to remarry and Mercy is still a part of his life.

Recall that couple of days back, Lanre Gentry celebrates a woman he describe as a good wife on her birthday. In an interview with Saturday beat, the Lagos socialite clarified that the woman being referred to was his brother’s wife and not his new sweetheart as many had assumed.

The businessman further stated that he is in a decent relationship with the mother of two.

In his words “Me and Mercy are not fighting. If I want to see her, I would call her and if she needs anything, she also calls me. We have a good rapport. God has the final say over our relationship and He knows how it would turn out in the future. I take care of my children. I can’t speak for other fathers but I carry out my responsibilities as a man. I still see Mercy as a part of me. It’s only a mentally unstable man that would leave a woman with children to go and fend for herself. I pay my children’s school fees diligently and I thank God that their mother is also taking good care of them. It’s not easy for a woman to work and also take care of the children.”

The hotelier additionally expressed that his hotel might be offered (to the government) as an isolation center in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

“My business has stopped for the past eight weeks. We are not doing anything. During the lockdown, I spent over N5m. I gave palliatives to vulnerable people. I don’t need to make a noise about what I’ve done. I deliberately didn’t post anything about it on social media but all the people in my house know that I gave out those things. Though my business is not functioning well, (but) I’m thankful for the gift of life. I am also thinking of giving the Lagos State Government my hotel to be used as an isolation center. It’s still a thought but my board of directors has started deliberating on it,” he said.

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