The Only Thing You Could Talk About Is My Marital Status – Rita Dominic To Bloggers

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The only thing you could talk about is my marital status – Rita Dominic to bloggers



Beautiful screen goddess and veteran actress Rita Dominic has slammed blogger for only amplifying her marriage life instead of her work in a recent interview she granted.

Rita Dominic now also called Anjola has taken to her page to slam bloggers over the stories about her going viral on social media. Recall that Rita Dominic had a lengthy interview with Chude where she talked about certain issues about herself which included her marital status.

According to her, she wants to get married but doesn’t want to rush into it. She also indicated that she wants to get married but wants to get it right once and for all. In her words, she said to the host…

““I respect the institution of marriage as my parents were married till they died, and they had a beautiful relationship. The problem is at some point, it begins to annoy you because of how much importance people have placed on it. I do want to marry, and I want to get it right once and for all. You know, we make such a big deal of it; we force people and put pressure on them to go in. When they eventually rush into this union, they make mistakes because they were only trying to please people.”

This interview of Rita Dominic went viral as many bloggers and other social media users discussed it on their various pages. Rita Dominic has taken to her Twitter page to slam bloggers and social media users who centered her interview on her marital status.

“Of all the things I discussed with Chude, including my work, all you want to amplify is marriage. Clap for yourselves 👏👏👏👏 While you are at it, I have new wonderful film in cinemas. I was married in the film. #lafemmeanjola” she tweeted.

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