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Denrele Edun reveals worst moment in life


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Media personality, Denrele Edun, has revealed the worst moments of his life as a man growing up.

According to him, it was the day his mum caught him pants down with a lady.

Denrele Edun reveals worst moment in life

According to the Television host, his mother caught him pant down with a lady in his room. He revealed that the incident happened in 1999 when he was eighteen years. Denrele Edun took to his Instagram page to share a throwback photo and recounted how the incident happened.

Sharing one of his throwback pictures, he wrote,

“1999. I was 18. When it comes to my list of sex nightmares, my mum walking in on me probably tops d list! I was dating one of the hottest girls in my hood (Ebute Metta) then, but my Mum was unimpressed! She just couldn’t stand the sight of the girl but I didn’t give a flying f**k! I was 18 and damn well was gonna enjoy adolescence.

“One fateful Tuesday (after so much strategic planning), I had arranged for this chic to meet me up at d house. 6:30 PM sharp! My Dad and younger sisters would have gone to choir practice; my Grandma and evil cousins were at Bible Study and my Mum would have gone to her MFM Prayer Warrior Service.

“Baby girl and I were going to do the ‘Deed’ after weeks of endless ‘petting’, ‘making out’ and ‘groping genitalia’!”(sic)
Recounting the incident, Edun, said that his mother entered the dimly lit room where he was making out with the girl and caught them in the act.

“Long story cut short; We were going at ‘it’ in the dimly lit living room when my Mum walked in on us. ‘Shit!’ as we jumped off each other. Me scrambling to wear my pants and my babe covering her full breasts to my Mum’s glaring disapproval and disgust.

“‘So, this is what you’ve been coming to do in this house, my mum said calmly at her. (Tiwa Savage style).”
The TV host turned actor noted that he had to ‘defend’ his lady when his mother caught them naked together.
Edun continued, “Omo, I stood tall and faced her. I was 18. I could talk back. ‘She came to greet me. Why aren’t U in church?’, I retorted. My mum muttered something in her Indian dialect and left. I knew trouble was brewing but HIAN!



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