British-American Actress Beverly Naya opens up on relationship with Uti Nwachukwu

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Beverly Naya, the British-Nigerian actress has in an interview with News Agency, The Nation, denied ever being romantically involved with Uti Nwachukwu, the Big Brother Africa, BBA, winner and TV personality.

Further to her claim, she added that she was only good friends with the TV personality.

She said; “Oh no, not at all. First and foremost, Uti is my good friend and there was no truth to that rumour. So, it never affected my love life in any way because I don’t think people actually believed that I dated Uti. So, rumours like that have never affected my love life.”

When asked about her views as regards same-sex romance and marriage, the Actress expressly conveyed her disapproval of the act adding that it was based on individual preference. She however noted that it wasn’t right for such union to be blessed in churches.

“Being a Christian and everything, I feel like marriage is a sacred thing and it was originally planned so that a man and a woman can go to church and be married in unity. So, I just feel like I don’t really agree with same-sex marriage but at the end of the day, who am I to judge? I’m not really in a position to judge anyone.”

“Hmm… Let’s see. Well, there’s one thing that I don’t think I’ve said very often. I don’t grow hair on my legs so I’ve never had to shave my legs before. Thankfully, I’m not one of those females who have to worry about shaving their legs every week. I’ve never had to do it in my life. That’s one thing my fans don’t know about me.” she answered when asked what her fans didn’t know about her.

On her documentary, ‘Fifty Shades of Black’, the actress disclosed that the movie is basically about promoting self love amongst young girls.

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