Popular Yoruba Nollywood actress Foluke Daramola and her second husband, Kayode Salako got married in February, 2013 and the couple have one child together.
In a recent interview with Saturday Beats, Kayode expressed his surprise over how badly some Nigerians are waiting for them to break up and alerting his wife over his every move.
He said: “The truth is that all these people that want our marriage to crash are not strong enough because I married my best friend. Our marriage is stronger than whatever plans they have for us.
What baffles me more is that it is men that are praying for us to have a crisis. I was having a business meeting with a lady and I noticed another guy was also at the same venue with a lady as well."
"The guy actually picked up his phone to text my wife that I was with a lady at a restaurant. I am 45 years old, if anyone thinks that my life revolves around my wife alone, then they should have a re-think."
"No man in life can prosper without associating with women and that is why God created Adam and Eve. I cannot stop socialising with women because I am married to Foluke Daramola but that does not mean that I want to send her out of my house or I want to marry more wives."
"As human beings, you have to interact with both men and women. Has anyone ever seen a church or mosque that is solely built for men? It simply means that we all need ourselves. People should mind their business and stop trying to destroy my marriage."
“Some people would text my wife telling her that they saw me with another woman, I want these people to know that I am in a marriage and not in bondage. I cannot say that because I am married to a celebrity, I would be in bondage. I married my wife because I love her and nothing more".
"My wife did not marry me as a brother from church, she met me as a socialite and I would continue to be one. I cannot say that because I am married to Foluke Daramola I would not socialise with people; both men and women.”
“It baffles me that some people are after the downfall of their fellow human beings. Some people are eagerly waiting for something bad to happen to my marriage with Foluke. I love her very much and she is the only woman for me."
This interview echoes a Facebook post he posted some days ago complaining about people telling his wife about his business like she doesn't know.