Actress and ex-spouse of Ghanaian global Majeed Waris thinks his axing from the Black Stars remaining 23-guy squad for AFCON 2019 was retribution for the very poor way he treated her during their relationship.
Habiba Sinare in an emotional monologue on Hitz FM described herself as a proud divorcee and alleged that she was taken care of like rubbish by of the Porto player.
The single mother explained she give up university with just a yr to complete her scientific tests in purchase to make perform her marriage to Waris -“an individual she was much more educated than”.
The operator of Eraniss, a make-up manufacturer also disclosed that her household required her to marry a person from her own course but she selected the Suitable to Desire Academy graduate.
“I you should not want him terrible but as I am talking to you right now he (Waris) is having to pay for it,” Habiba claimed.
“I am listed here as a single mother and I am a very young woman…but the kind of accountability this younger man has positioned on my head, I laugh and wander all around like I am the happiest girl in this environment.
She additional “But, I bleed within me, I cry within me, I cry each individual day, I seem at my little one and I talk to myself if I had followed my spouse and children or listened to my relatives because they preferred me to marry somebody else but I trustworthy this man or woman.”
In accordance to her, mainly because her relatives have a superior position than the footballer’s, that was why her family members did not approve of her marriage to him.
Habiba is the daughter of Ghana’s former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Saeed Sinare and the niece of veteran actress Kalsoume Sinare Baffoe.
She married Waris, who was playing for Lorient FC in the French Ligue 1 in 2017 but the marriage blessed with a son strike the rocks 16 months later on.
The actress who is now advertising the Kobi Rana-directed movie 18 premiering at the Silverbird Cinemas advised gals not to marry men and women from a lessen social standing.