Actress Doris Simeon’s ex-husband, Daniel Ademinokun, has hit out at ‘haters’ in a long social media rant in which he posted the picture of his ex-wife, and his son when she visited United States to see the latter.
Ademinokun, a popular film maker, had received wide condemnation from movie fans following Doris Simeon’s media interview in which she said he denied her access to her son after he got married to actress Stella Damasus, and relocated to United States with his new wife and their son.
The controversy raged for a while but subsided recently. However, Ademinokun is still bitter about the past, hitting back at those who condemned him and his ex-wife in a facebook post.
His post: “My life has been an open book for the world. It is a bitter sweet feeling though. I need everyone to take a chill pill about the negative comments towards my ex-wife and I with our son David. The young man just turned 8 and is doing great. He has a great relationship with his mother and we are OK.
“I don’t like the fact that the media and hateful people will start cooking up details constantly trying to make me look bad. I’m trying to be a great father to my son the best way possible. I really didn’t want to address this but I guess sometimes you just have to grab the bull by the horn and deal with it.
“I have been accused of being evasive on this matter by declining to grant interviews to the press. Call it silence, foolishness. being evasive or even maturity; but it is how I have chosen to handle this. David has continued to have a healthy relationship with his mother and it has NEVER stopped. I am not the person who posts every single detail of his family’s private life on social media but today I will share with the ‘hateful people’ and kind hearted fans alike just two of the pictures of David and his mother taken here in Atlanta a few months ago on one of her numerous visits. Do I have to post every phone conversation, picture and visit for everyone to sleep at night? LOL.
“Please, let us raise our son in peace. I am praying for God to give the ‘bitter people’, ‘jobless people’ and ‘sad-u-sees’ something more meaningful to do with their time, rather than fabricate stories that are non existent for their personal, momentary and monetary satisfaction, totally oblivious of the fact that they are tarnishing the character and name that some of us have spent time to build.”