Former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke, has said it would be difficult for her to trust anyone after the incident of her lesbian sex tape.
She also narrated how she was able to overcome that period, revealing that her family was there for her in her most challenging period.
In an interview with Channels TV, Chindinma said the pains and trauma the incident put her through had been healed and she has continued to forge a career for herself in the entertainment industry.
She said, “I was able to heal with the help of God and my family. I talked to myself because I know I had so much to give out there.
“I was surrounded with people that were encouraging me to move on with what I wanted to do and not give up on my dreams and I took their advice. Now I am a stronger and better person.”
Chidinma who released a music single titled ‘Friends’, added that, “The song ‘friends’ is generally about friends and it is passing across a message to people out there to be careful of people they call friends because not everybody is happy that you are going up there.
“What inspired the song was after the whole crisis, the incident was centralised on friends so I thought to do music about the whole stuff (incident) and that is how friends came about.
“Where I am now, I live my life and I have actually healed but I am still having trust issues anyway but whatever you are going through in life just look on the bright side because in every storm there is always hope.
“It is in our stormy periods God intervenes and opens doors for us so never lose hope and never give up on yourself.“