I’ve married three times for the wrong reasons – Charly Boy


Charly Boy has said he got married three time for the wrong reasons. The entertainer and activist is currently on his fourth marriage.


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Charles Oputa who recently got married to his wife of 40 years, Lady Diane, spoke with Punch Nigeria Saturday Beats about the secret of his marriage. He noted that his ability to build a healthy friendship with his wife had kept his home together. He said;

“Marriage is a game of management and perseverance that young people find difficult to conform to. Life comes with its own problems; one can never know what is around the corner. Even though a couple is compatible, there will still be some issues they don’t agree on.

Friendship is what has kept my marriage peaceful.

“When someone is your friend; it will be easy to open up to such a person. To attain that kind of friendship, there has to be mutual respect between the two people. Addressing issues with openness makes life easy, every problem has a solution. I don’t think some young people are willing to make all these sacrifices. They are always in hurry, they don’t think about the future.



Charly Boy speaking on his three failed marriages, said he married the women he was involved with in those marriages for the wrong reasons. He said;

“I won’t add the conditions of my past marriages to my experience because my case is a little different. I have always seen my father and mother together in love even though they quarrelled and argued overtime. This made a big impression on me, I admired them. I loved those kinds of things.

“I was not ready for marriage when my first marriage took place. My mother forced me to get married. I was busy impregnating people instead of reading my books, so my mother made sure I got married to curb my excesses as a teenager.

“I was 19, and my mother brought her to me. The second one was when I was in my 20s, I wasn’t even ready as well, it was just to get myself settled in the US, but I later realised that the US wasn’t a place I could settle in. The marriage lasted for about three years, and I cut my stay in the US short because I experienced racism. I was almost killed because of the colour of my skin. Those things made me hate America; my uncles never believed I would return to Nigeria. After the second marriage failed, I married the third woman in America for the wrong reason,”

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