The Candid Conversation Between Former Actress, Regina Askia And Her Teenage Son On Why She Divorced His Dad That Everyone’s Talking About | WATCH

Former actress cum nurse, Regina Askia has shared a video in which she was having an honest and candid discussion with her last child, Lil Rudy on why she divorced his father, now, her ex-husband.

It is particularly surprising to many Nigerians who say such a display of emotional strength is not common in these climes. Regina was helping her teenage son make sense of his parent’s divorce and why his dad wasn’t in his life as he would have wanted.

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It may be news to many, but the actress shared she had been divorced for a while now. She got married to her US husband, Rudolph Rudy Williams in 2000 and they have two kids together.

She took to her Instagram page to share the video of her conversation with her son.

Read some excerpts from the video below…

Your father at that point, his head was not really investing in our relationship, he wanted to be wherever he wanted to be, and it was not something I signed up for, and we had a lot of fights and quarrels.

And some things you can’t really forget and forgive. We kind of separated and went our different ways, I was in the house, he was just away.

She went on;

We fought a lot, physically and verbally, even emotionally, we fought a lot, and he resorted to using his hands, but I cut him down with my mouth.

Things didn’t go well and the children were in the middle, it wasn’t a good family situation, so we separated.

Unfortunately we separated when you were a baby.

She told her son.

During the discussion, she told her son;

I don’t think your father can find any chic hotter than me.

Watch the discussion below:

Recall that the ex-beauty queen was briefly married to a Nigerian man, Charles Orie, before her marriage to American Rudy Williams, who she now has 3 kids with.

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