‘Last Prophet Is My Everyday Crush’- Actress Joy Nwoke Gushes (+ Exclusive Wedding Photos)
Several months after their engagement, budding actress, Joy Nwoke, has married her heartthrob, Comedian Last Prophet in a colourful wedding held in Calabar.
The excited newly married script interpreter, shared with Nollywoodgists.com , their romantic love story.
Last Prophet and Joy Nwoke who have been dating for some time, got engaged in 2015 at Transcorp Metropolitan Hotel Calabar.
According Joy, who is now addressed as Mrs. Joy Friday Awade: “I met last prophet in 2008 then we were just passers-by. He would leave his department and always come to the Art Theatre where we have rehearsals to gist with us and make us laugh.
Then one faithful day, I was in the Theatre he came and someone dared me to kiss him and I laughed because I hate been dared, that was how the friendship starting and the love struck became stronger.
It wasn't all rosy though, because we had a separation in 2012. It wasn't an easy one for me though but thank God in November 28, 2014 he called and insisted I come visit him in Calabar you know as a woman, I had 2 do Shakara small that was how we started again and the love sparks continued. It was even better and stronger In December. Indeed it was love- love all the way.”
Continuing, the smitten movie star shared a bit of how her lover pulled up a surprise birthday-turned- engagement party for her, since then she has remained the happiest women ever liveth.
“In February I was asked to come celebrate my birthday in Calabar, I agreed. I came and a dinner was supposed to be hosted for me but I guess change of plans then it turned out to be an engagement. I must say in 1 way I saw that coming. But in the other way I felt it was just a love that was sizzling hot. I was happy, short of words. Then, I knew I had moved up in life and prepared for the journey ahead.”
On how she feels being a married woman, Joy expressed herself thus: “The fact that I am the wife of Friday Awade AKA Last prophet is one of my greatest achievements in life as a woman. He is a man with the brightest future, he is a thinker always on the move. His words of wisdom at times baffles me.
I know being married to a comedian doesn't mean it will be all smiles always, as he has this part of him that anytime he brings it out- oh Lord you don't want to know (laughs) but still that doesn't change a thing. We argue, fight, and quarrel but makeup for the better.
He is a man of principle (all this prim and proper kind of men) getting married to him always elevated my status in life and amongst my peers. You know women wahala na.
Last prophet that kind man that when he looks at me and say's I am not just a man for you, I am a men meaning he is all in 1 of all the men put together, just for me- I feel like a queen.
He is the love of my life, and the height ratio between us is what sparkles us the most cause our presence makes us been admired and that the swag of the whole thing.
I call him my crush because his so handsome-every day, every minute. You know that saying that it's in the morning, that you get to see the beauty of a woman, but in my case, it is the reverse. And gives me strength and the zeal to carry on my daily activities.
I'm married to the most Prince charming man I know God-fearing, loving, hardworking above all the best man of the century.”
Their friends in the entertainment industry also came out in their numbers to support one of their own. The likes of Dan d humorous (Mc), Kobaba (his bestman), Mc Mbakara, Emarallo, Apst Paul, General Odey, Agba Enjoyment, Honourable Leg or Idagbo, Prof. Zana Akpagu (Vc Unical), Patrick Ugbe CEO (hit FM), and lots more.
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