“MARRIAGE BEEN TOO DEY HUNGRY YOU” —-“HOPE HE IS NOT AS OLD AS NED NWOKO” FANS TELL EVE ESIN AS SHE GETS ENGAGED.

Jerry Johnny

As Eve Esin, an Akwa Ibom born Nollywood star recently got engaged to her fiancé, a lot of her fans have gone wild in congratulating her on social media; while others claim she was just too desperate for marriage.

It could be recalled that early this year, Actress Eve Esin caused some mixed reactions on social media as she shared photos, licking face of a newly wedded actor Stanley Igboanugo. In one photo, she was seen licking his chin; and in the other, giving him a peck on his cheek

This action, however, made some of her fans to conclude that she was extremely desperate and hungry for marriage.

The 34year Nollywood Actress was also quoted to have given Regina Daniels a thumbs up when her (Regina’s) relationship story with Ned Nwoko set the Internet ablaze.

Eve Esin told Regina that she (Regina) is living the the life she (Eve) is dreaming of.

Some fans saw Eve’s support for Regina as a disgrace to womanhood and, society. They described it a support to child abuse and girl molestation.

Some fans, while congratulating her, have jokingly asked her on her Instagram handle if her fiancé is as old as Ned Nwoko which she gave Regina an approval to marry.

Eve Esin is originally from Oron Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State in the south Southern part of Nigeria. She is very beautiful, gifted, creative and talented in acting and interpretation of movie roles and can fit very well in any character given to her by movie directors.

Some of her awards include:
The City People Entertainment Awards for most Promising Actress in Nigeria, 2015.
The AMAA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
The award for Best Actress in a drama at the AMVCA

Congratulations to her on her engagement!

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