Mercy Aigbe, estranged hubby throw jab on social media

Mercy Aigbe Fathers' Day

Don’t get it twisted! It isn’t anything like the make-believe world she’d featured in for years now. It no news that the pretty thespian, Mercy Aigbe, and her hubby, Asiwaju Lanre Gentry, have not been seeing eye-to-eye for some time now. The news now is that the duo appears unable to keep their issues out of the public glare.

It will be recalled that the duo parted ways in 2017 following allegations of domestic violence and adultery flying either way. Ever since then, they haven’t spared the public details of what took place (and what did not).

A few days ago, the Nollywood diva, in a Facebook post, threw what could be described as a jab at her erstwhile heartthrob.
In the post, Aigbe said :
“Happy Father’s Day to me and the (sic) responsible fathers out there! 2 kids (1 International student)….changing naira to dollars with this folks rate! Abeg, it’s not easy (emoji). God has been gracious (emoji).

“Please, no one should come and tell me how I shouldn’t take the shine off fathers oh! Fatherhood is beyond just impregnating a woman. If you are a man and do not perform your responsibility towards your kids, biko you aren’t fit to be called a father and that’s on period!!! (emoji)…So, since I am playing a dual role in my children’s lives, allow me to celebrate myself every day! ‘Cos it’s not easy!”

In an obvious response to the post, Gentry said: “Happy Father’s Day to me and all the (sic) fathers in the world. May God be with you all in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, amen. Some women over there will say happy father’s day to themself (sic) when they are (sic) not good to be a mother (sic) or housewife to their (sic) children, but father always (sic) make them happy when they’re in the house (sic) but you can’t blame them. They have no brand (sic), they don’t have their parent (sic) together. That is why they don’t know what father’s day is (sic). I thank God for my parents, thank you my father and my mother for staying together to make me what I am today. Happy Father’s Day to once again (sic). I’m a father (sic) to all my children. I pray for all fathers in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.”