I am sorry for every time I hurt you and made you cry Deyemi Okanlawon writes letter to wife on 10th anniversary.

Deyemi expressed his gratitude to his wife for loving him despite his imperfections on Instagram. Additionally, the actor expressed his regret for having upset her and made her cry.

He declared that he would still chose his wife to spend the rest of his life with.

“Hello, Damilover.” I thank you for the ten years of memories—some amusing, some nice, some beautiful, some not so beautiful, some sad, some bad—that you have given me. Our trip has undoubtedly not been a fairy tale, but it has been singular to him.

I am nowhere near perfect, never pretended to be, and perhaps never likely to be yet you have loved me flaws and all! I’m thankful that I sometimes made you smile (contrary to your opinion I know say I funny die) and I apologize for every time I hurt you and made you cry (thjs is especially horrid cos I know how strong you are).

If I had to choose again I’ll still choose to spend my life with you and I hope to God that you’ll manager m me and continue to do the same! All I know is that I love you and I’m committed to you and our family..every other thing we go dey work am….”

Deyemi Okanlawon describes how his wife, Damilola, sent him a problem-solving alert.

Deyemi Okanlawon gave his fans a lovely fact about his wife Damilola last year. The father of two revealed on the microblogging website Twitter that he woke up with a bank alert that was worse than the issues he and his wife, Damilola Deyemi-Okanlawon, had previously experienced.

“Last night I finally informed babe how low my cash flow was and how I still had plenty of pending commitments… na so I wake up this morning see credit alert wey pass my problem,” he wrote on Twitter.

His followers responded by pointing out that because he has been kind to his wife, she has reciprocated by crediting his account.

Why I hardly do house chores for my wife’ – Deyemi Okanlawon opens up

Deyemi Okanlawon had explained why he found it difficult to help his wife in the kitchen, according to SM.

In an interview, the lead performer of Prophetess noted, “I seldom ever do housework because we have enough domestic staff. But whenever I can, I like giving my sons a bath. I can make “noodles a la carte,” though. I can pretty much just cook that.

The father of two adorable youngsters replies, “So far, there have been three roles I have considered virtually equally taxing, albeit for different reasons, when asked about the most difficult character he has ever played.

The first is acting as ‘Femi Stone’ in Funke Akindele and JJC’s movie, Omo Ghetto: The Saga. Not only because of the sheer scale of the production and the calibre of actors I was working with but it was the first time I was cast to play such a role and I thank the Scene One production team for providing all the support I needed.

The second is the character, ‘Fogo Bombastic’ in Niyi Akinmolayan’s movie, The Prophetess, where I had to speak Yoruba. I had never done that before and I also had to eat raw pepper throughout the production.

The third was acting as ‘Bayo Olaoluwa’ in Yewande Zacheus’ movie, The Wait, which was extremely emotional for me because my wife and I had faced the same issues in real life.”