- She shared a video of herself on her Instagram page, admitting that she has been trying to be okay for a long time but couldn’t anymore
- She disclosed that she hasn’t been able to get over the d3ath of her father despite the fact that many expected her to be strong.
- She revealed that she has passed through many traumas over the years and has been trying to be okay until something happened that completely shattered her
Maureen Esisi, popularly known as red vigor, the ex-wife of renowned Nigerian actor Blossom Chukwujekwu, opens up on her distressing experiences.
She uploaded a video of herself talking about her experience and acknowledging that she had been pretending to be happy for a while.
Maureen Esisi claims to have experienced a great deal over the years, including trauma and issues, but has maintained a tough front in public until something happened to her recently that completely broke her.
Even though many people expected her to be strong, she admitted that she hasn’t been able to move on from the death of her father.
According to her, she was initially in denial as well, but she is now unable to function due to the severe effects.
“I have literally done this video, 5/6 times and deleted it because I am clueless of what to say and how to say it or why I am even making this video.
But something has been pushing me to make this video and let the public know the situation of things and if there is a way they can help me, they will help me.
If you follow me you will know that I haven’t been posting adj creating content as I used to. I have been very quiet.
Now over the years, I have faced problems and trauma, and I have been through a lot. And somehow I have always come out strong and pretend like everything is okay.
Something hit me not so recently and it shattered me to bit. In as much as I was so sure that I had it under control, I didn’t have this under control. I lost my father last year and I have tried to be strong and everybody assumed or thought that I should be. At first, I was in denial but eventually, it hit me and shut me down so badly that I wasn’t functioning anymore”.