We asked people to talk about the times they crushed on married people, and heard plenty. From the one crushing on their pastor, to the one who’s only interested in married people, the responses got more than a little interesting.
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Dave (33) met Kene (35) at a restaurant in 2017 when he didn’t have enough to pay for his meal. On this week’s Love Life, they talk about staying friends for three years out of fear of coming out to each other, and keeping their relationship secret from everyone for the last three years — including Dave’s four-year girlfriend.
If you’re serious about finding love in Lagos, we suggest you put on a helmet, breastplate and arm yourself with these things. But of course, this is only if you're serious about finding true love in Lagos.
You might think they’re just words, but they might change the trajectory of your life if you say them during sex.
Bode (62) and Ann (54) met on Instagram in 2017. On this week’s Love Life, they talk about getting together through DM poetry, supporting each other in the absence of their adult children and how their first marriages inspired their decision not to get married for now.
Bernard (31) and Ijeoma (26) met at a family get-together in 2021. He was her brother’s office bestie, but they parted ways after the day-long ceremony fully into the talking stage. A year later, they were engaged. A year after that, they’re still not married. On this week’s Love Life, they share how their love has transformed into something more like friendship.
Tolani (34) and Praise-el (33) have been married for almost a decade. On this week’s Love Life, they share how getting married five months after dating and helping each other scale the career ladder at blue chip companies are the secrets behind their relationship success.
Kuro (37) first cheated on Dupe (37) in 2011, months before their wedding. She cheated on him four years later because of postpartum depression. On this week’s Love Life, they share how tribal differences almost hindered their marriage but friendship and transparency helped them stick together.
Practising safe sex isn’t limited to using condoms or confirming your partner is HIV-negative; these Nigerians can confirm.