Nollywood actress, Ruth Eze became a popular face in the movie industry not too long ago and she hasn’t been doing badly so far.
However, when she was credited to have said in an interview that actress, Genevieve Nnaji, makes her “wet”, Ruth automatically was tagged a les-bian.
But the actress, who has denied saying such in the interview, claims she meant Genevieve is her role model who she admires greatly. Sadly, the les-bian saga has crashed her 4-year old relationship.
“I am not a les-bian and I can never be a les-bian. My mother is a devout Christian and she is an evangelist. I can never be a les-bian. I lost a four-year old relationship because of that interview.
I never said that; all I said in the interview was that I love Genny very much and I still love her till date.
I don’t care about what anybody says. I don’t judge anyone whether they are a les-bian or not. It is between you and God because the bible says we should not judge.”
Ruth said her ex didn’t believe her side of the story even when she tried to explain to him what happened.
“If you are my boyfriend and you cannot stand by me in times of little trouble, what would happen when a big thing comes? What if it was published later in my career that I was caught in bed with a man and the story turned out to be false eventually? It means he would leave me and my kids when I get married to him.
Ruth however admitted that the man she dated for four years wasn’t so comfortable with her outings.
“He didn’t really have so much issue with my job but whenever I went for a red carpet event and stayed late, he wouldn’t like it. Whenever he was in the country and I stayed out late, he wouldn’t like it. He is based in London. He had issues with anything that kept me out late at night…”
Ruth has not ruled out love as she said she is still looking for that man that would capture her heart and love her for who she is.
“God is going to give me that person that would bear everything with me. I am single. I just want a cool and responsible guy. Someone that is not loud and must be God fearing.
“When it is tough, it is getting better; that is how my mother trained me. It is my career and it is something I love. Anything in life that is going to be good and great comes with a lot of sacrifice,” she said.