Other miseries only speak but heartbreak shrieks out. Yet each couple extinguishes the flames of their love, as it pleases them. Some do it with a bitter look, some with a flattering word. Some do it with a kiss and others by infidelity. Ask Oyin Adeyemi and Segun Odegbami; the estranged lovers would definitely have their pick from the pack.
It’s funny how you think the world revolves around you only to find out that you are merely a speck twirling in the fringes of its curl. Ask Segun Odegbami, the soccer legend imagined himself as an emperor dictating the pace of his ex-fiancée, Oyin Adeyemi’s world.
But soon after the latter called it quits with him, the truth dawned on Odegbami and he realised that he was hardly the charmed overlord he thought he was. As you read, the former Super Eagles star has retraced his steps from Oyin’s luxurious abode, to recoil and smart in the drudgery of the middling social divide.
Odegbami has sold his Festac house as he plans to relocate to Abeokuta in Ogun state. Although Odegbami deserted and practically forgot that he had a life outside the luxury, glitz and glamour that characterised his union with the StillEarth Ltd. head honcho, Oyin, he has suddenly rediscovered his groove in Abeokuta and the rustic community of Waasimi, where he reportedly runs a football academy. Oyin called it quits with him after she realised that they were growing in different ways, different directions and several miles apart.
Besides the fact that Odegbami was 20-something years older than Oyin, the soccer legend reportedly failed to sustain the magic and spark in the heart of his woman, Oyin, years after they did their traditional marriage. He allegedly came into the relationship with too much baggage and emotional drama than Oyin could handle. That is why the latter walked out of their relationship before it became too late to do something worthwhile with her life.