Popular Nigerian actress, Annie Idibia on Saturday apologised to her musician husband, Innocent, popularly known as 2baba, for the heartbreak her actions have caused him.
In September, Annie took to Instagram to call out her husband for alleged infidelity involving his baby mama, Pero Adeniyi.
Her post led to a reply from the singer’s brother which further broke into a war of words between Annie’s family and her in-laws.
As she clocked 37 on Saturday, Annie took to her verified Instagram page as she made peace with her family, her husband, his family, and her fans.
Apologising to 2baba and their families, Annie said, “I want to apologise to my husband, Inno. I am so sorry I threw you out there like I did (so unwise). That isn’t the kind of woman you married. I’m totally sorry for all the mental stress and heartbreak it caused you. So sorry I put both our families out there the way I did (I still be your smallie o).
“To my beautiful mothers, my amazing mother and my beautiful mother in- law, I am so sorry I let both of you down.
“No mother should go through the kind of pain that you both felt. I am really sorry (I’m still your baby). I am far from perfect, but I have decided to choose peace, and I want to do better, given the chance .
“To both my families- the Macaulays and the Idibias – I am sorry for all the pain and disrespect towards both families. Please forgive me. Una no fit throw way una pikin.” (sic)
Annie said, “It’s a brand new chapter for me and I would really love to start it on a clean slate. This year has been a lot; so much blessings and pain. My hands are shaking as I type this.
“I let a lot of people down: especially the people close to me. The last 10 weeks have been the worst of my entire life; yes, the worst since I was born. I have gone from being so angry to being so broken and back to anger, and then sadly – which I am ashamed to admit – suicidal!
“I have acted so badly in a way I am not proud of. I allowed my emotions cloud me. I allowed my emotions to lead me into making bad decisions. I allowed my anger and emotions to make me act on something that wasn’t true because I was kept in the dark.”
She continued, “To all my 7.1m plus family out here. Thank you for still standing and supporting me and my brand.
“To all the brands that are working with us, thank you for still sticking with your Nkoyo; to the ones we are in talks with. I appreciate my big brother and friend @efeomorogbe
“I am so sorry to my manager, @phadekemi. Thank you for your patience and for sticking by.” (sic)