Skit Maker MC Lively Recounts How His Ex-girlfriend Used Fake Pregnancy To Blackmail Him
Nigerian skit maker cum actor, Michael Sani Amanesi, popularly known as MC Lively, has opened up about how his ex-girlfriend, used fake pregnancy to blackmail him.
Omadaily reports that the 30-year-old content creator made this known during an interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo.
According to him, his ex-girlfriend had always wanted a sexual relationship against his wish but he was drawn to her because of music.
He noted that some weeks after they both went on a date, the lady called, stating she was pregnant and was going to abort it.
This comes after the lady had earlier demanded N800k from him to sort house rent but he ignored it because he didn’t have the money.
MC Lively added that the whole story was a lie masterminded by the girl to extort money from him and he fell for the blackmail.
In his word: “She always wants a sexual relationship. I didn’t want that. However, I saw something in her. I like music a lot and I’m drawn to people who can sing. So she called me and said she wanted help paying her house rent. I think the money was N800,000. I didn’t have that, so I ignored it.
Some time went by, and she called, saying she is on the island and wanted us to hang out. We did. It went down. Three weeks later, she said she was pregnant.
“It is what it is, so what do you want to do? She said she wants to take it out, that her parents would kill her. I didn’t know that when someone tells you they are pregnant for you, the first thing is to ask for is the test kit. So one time I figured she was lying because she had been blackmailing and asking me for money.
“Then one time she asked that she needed to go do something and it was a Saturday. I said I’m sorry but I don’t have money. She was so insistent so I sent the money eventually. Around 12 pm, I saw a long message saying she couldn’t go to the consultant because they all closed on Saturday. She said she would go on Monday. It didn’t make sense to me so I didn’t reply.
“On Monday, I saw a long text saying, ‘you know I have all the messages, voice notes, and videos. I’m going to post this if you don’t answer.’ I then replied, ‘wow, so this was your plan all along. I’m disappointed and I’m not scared. if you want to post it anywhere, go and post it.’
“I didn’t think it was blackmail. I thought she throwing tantrums but, there and then, I realised there was no pregnancy from the start. And she was just trying to squeeze out the N800,000 that she wanted for the rent.”