Since producer/director Daniel Ademinokan dumped his wife, actress Doris Simeon and took off to the United States with their son, David, he has not known peace especially on all social media platforms.
April 4 was his son’s birthday and he shared a grown picture of the boy and captioned with eulogies.
His wife (they are now married) Stella Damasus, mother of two and widow of Jaiye Aboderin, also shared same picture and caption.
Then, the criticisms started pouring in. Why should Doris Simeon not be allowed to see her son? The actress’s photo of her son which she gave a birthday shout-out was old and this put paid to the fact that she has not seen the boy in a while!
So many bombarded Stella’s wall and scolded her for not allowing Doris come to see her son. Referring to her as a ‘husband snatcher’ some trolls advised her to display her two daughters’ pictures too and stop displaying Doris’ son.
Definitely angry over the articles written, Stella took to Instagram to share a picture of herself and Daniel and wrote: “With all the things that are happening in the world, with all the recession people are complaining about, with all the people who are dying everyday, with all the injustice in the world, this right here is what some people have decided to dwell on. Funny how the same issue has given some people high blood pressure for the past 4 years. Funny how the same people cannot realize that regardless of what they say behind their phones, nothing has changed. In fact it’s getting better and stronger. Funny how wishing an amazing young man happy birthday just to celebrate him will cause people to bring out the ugliness in their hearts and their hatred for humanity. So sad that this wonderful young man will look at comments under his birthday picture and instead of the smiles that should appear on his face, he is extremely saddened at the fact that adults can be so terrible. So sad that the things he is taught never to do to others by adults are being done by adults. So sad that people cannot hold off their evil thoughts and words just for one day to celebrate the same person they claim to be looking out for. Everyone has their own life to live. Do you and let me do me and allow God who knows what man can never know, be the judge. Words from internet trolls and bullies can NEVER bring me or my family down. I have been through much worse and I am STILL STANDING. Ask about me. #nuffsaid” (sic)