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I Cheated On My Husband Before I Moved To U.S. ‘ – Korra Obidi Admits Infidelity

Popular dancer, Korra Obidi has admitted to cheating on her former husband Justin Dean before they married.

Justin Dean, who has accused the singer of being a serial cheater and a chronic liar, is considered to be exonerated by her admission.

Korra Obidi revealed this alongside her sister, Nancy Umeh during a live video session. Korra denied being a serial cheater and stated that she only cheated on him once before she moved to the US while also claiming that her husband, Justin Dean has an 18-year-old mistress who is Brazilian.

Dean, according to Obidi, did not take the discovery lightly as he became abusive and instead tortured her emotionally and physically resulting in her miscarriage.

In her words;

“Most of you have heard one side of the story, its time for you to hear my side of the story. I’m not a chronic cheat, I’m far from a chronic cheat. I’m just a woman who was honest to her husband.

“Umm before I came to America, it was during the Trump’s tenure, I was very indecisive about moving and I tasted from Pandora’s box; I had an affair. That affair lasted like one date, I feel bad about it but I had not moved to America.

“Up on getting to America, I was very very sad that I had made that mistake with the guy. I told him the truth, I said “hey, I had an affair in Nigeria and I don’t want us to ever have secrets,” Korra Obidi revealed.

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