In the wake of the arrival of their second child, Rosy Meurer and Olakunle Churchill, controversial celebrity couple, have attracted a range of reactions from the public.
To provide context, it’s important to remember that Olakunle Churchill was previously married to Tonto Dike, and Rosy Meurer was reported to have worked for him. When Olakunle and Tonto’s marriage ended, there were hints that Rosy Meurer might have been a reason for the breakup.
Tonto suggested that Olakunle had tried to cheat on her with Rosy, although both Rosy Meurer and Olakunle strongly denied this. However, a few years later, they got married, which fueled speculation about their past involvement while Olakunle was still married to Tonto Dike.
Since their marriage, they’ve had their first child and recently announced the birth of their second child. This has led to a variety of opinions and reactions. Some criticize Rosy Meurer for her relationship with Olakunle, while others believe that love is complicated, and life isn’t always straightforward.
The celebrity couple Rosy Meurer and Olakunle Churchill has stirred public discussion with the arrival of their second child. Their history, including Olakunle’s previous marriage to Tonto Dike and rumors about Rosy Meurer, has fueled various reactions. Some criticize their relationship, while others emphasize that love can be complex and unpredictable.
Here are the reactions from various individuals regarding the news of Rosy Meurer and Olakunle Churchill welcoming their second child:
“There’s about to be a series of posts about being the female king and the female best father.
… from you know who.. Yes”
“I wonder if she will name this one King Andre. As far as I am concerned, this ashawo Rosy will never know peace for posing as a man’s sister to go into his house and commit asunder.”
“The fact that he became a better man with another woman doesn’t mean he wasn’t bad for Tonto.”
“Because they welcomed a second baby, you all are now dropping motivational quotes here and there… when having kids doesn’t guarantee a happy marriage.”
“One man’s food, another man’s poison…just pray you find your own person in this life.”
“Don’t let your wife stop you from meeting your real wife.”
“Two seconds, a man is with a happy woman who knows how to adore him, love is in the air. If a woman doesn’t respect you, leave her; another woman will love and respect you, just mount your guide.”
“People that come together through immoral means will find every way to make it work, so people won’t laugh at them.”
“Who says you can’t divorce and start all over? Two minutes, a man has fathered three kids. Congratulations to them.”
These reactions reflect a range of opinions on the situation, from skepticism and criticism to messages of congratulations and reflections on love and relationships.