Boris Kodjoe of 'Brown Sugar' Slams Rumors about Marriage Issues with Wife Nicole Ari Parker
Boris Kodjoe has had it with the rumors circulating of him and wife Nicole Ari Parker having marital troubles following an Instagram Live session with their friends.
The 47-year-old actor was furious after finding out that people assumed he and Nicole Ari Parker were having marital troubles after what transpired during an Instagram Live session with their friends Chris and Vanessa Spencer.
At the time, Nicole wished Boris would go back to treating her the way he did as her boyfriend, and people assumed many different things about this statement. Some rumors included that he was cheating that he had a side chick and that their marriage was falling apart.
BORIS' RESPONSE TO THEIR CRITICS
After finding out that people were saying different things about his relationship with Nicole, he decided to speak out about the whole issue, refuting all the rumors and claiming people were overanalyzing the IG Live video.
He believes his wife is right, and that boyfriend-and-girlfriend time does matter.
Nicole Ari Parker and Boris Kodjoe at the 26th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 4, 2018 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
THEY ARE IN IT FOR THE LONG RUN
Kodjoe told people to listen to the entirety of the video rather than focus on a one-minute "clickbait" on their best friends' show. He adds that instead of trying to pin down their marriage, it was meant to give hope to those who have been married for a long time.
Before people could try and discredit his statement once again, he added that he believes his wife is right, and that boyfriend-and-girlfriend time does matter. Kodjoe also made it clear that there will be no separation, and that he and Nicole are "in it for the long haul."
THE KODJOE FAMILY'S QUARANTINE ANTICS
Prior to the controversial video, Boris and Nicole have been sharing updates of their family during the COVID-19 lockdown. One of which was a picture of Nicole looking straight at the camera with a painted white mask filter on.
According to the "Addicted" star, this is the face he's seeing in the house after fourteen days of quarantine. Particularly, he claims this is how his wife looks at him when he asks her and their kids to tone down. Of course, after seeing her face, he hilariously said what he really meant to say, which was "I love you."