Regina Daniels, a Nollywood actress, has denied rumors that she took the famed ‘love booster’ product Kayamata to strengthen her marriage to her husband, Ned Nwoko.
The movie star published a statement via her Instagram profile on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, stressing that she had no business with Jaruma, a prominent vendor of the love booster.
“This is for the sake of clarity…..”
I have never used a kayamata product and will never use one again. Jaruma paid me to assist her in creating random posts. “I personally set the terms for the types of posts that would be made, and I was extremely careful with my wording so as not to mislead the public,” she wrote.
“All I was doing was raising publicity for her company. We became acquaintances along the way, and I was advised several times to keep my distance from her and to be cautious of my relationship with her, but it is not in my nature to judge a person from another’s perspective, and in her instance, I should have known better.”
She went on to describe how Jaruma attempted to profit from their friendship by selling her wares.
“Even after our payment agreement expired, she continues to make stuff to profit on my person and my brand.” “I endured it because I thought I knew who she was and that I should give her the benefit of the doubt and continue a friendly relationship,” she explained.
“But this time, I will not allow Jaruma to use this situation to paint me as a bad person for her own selfish desires, knowing full well that I have NEVER AND WILL NEVER USE ANYTHING she offers since I have no reason to…..”
“And just so my followers and the broader public know, I and my brand As Regina Daniels have no business or affiliation with Jaruma or her products.” “Thank you very much.”
Daniels’ statement came just 24 hours after her husband’s former wife, Laila, disclosed that their marriage was finished, according to Pulse Nigeria.
Rumors began to circulate that she was the mastermind behind the breakup.