Beauty entrepreneur, Adeola Adeyemi better known as Diiadem has penned a note to ‘age 32’ as she marks birthday today.
The beauty entrepreneur stated that she has been looking forward to her new age and it feels so damn good.
For her, she is truly and utterly alive, as she has never felt so much joy, fulfillment, energized, and immense happiness.
Diiadem expressed how thankful she is to her creator for being her this far and how further He’s taking her.
Counting her blessings, she noted how she has accomplished some of her greatest fears in the past year and is looking forward to breaking more barriers.
“Wow, 32 here I am….. I’ve been looking forward to you and it feels so damn good!! I feel truly and utterly alive. I’ve never felt so much joy, fulfillment, energized, and immensely happy as I feel right now.
I am so thankful to God for bringing me this far and for how further He’s taking me.
I have accomplished some of my greatest feats in the last year and I’m looking forward to breaking more barriers, conquering more territories both in my business and personal life.
God has been so good to me, I can’t even deny how blessed I am. I’m surrounded by true love in my circle of families, friendships, and you guys. I’m blessed.
Thank you 31 for bringing me many blessings! Here’s to 32 and the unending blessings, divine favors, and mercies. God has in store for me. Happy birthday to me”.
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Diiadem opens up on surviving domestic violence in her marriage
Recall that last year, Diiadem spoke about what she described as her “abusive” relationship in an interview with Chude Jideonwo, the media personality.
Diidem alleged that despite being pregnant, her ex-lover would beat her even at the slightest provocation.
She said a few weeks into her introduction, she knew they were not destined to be together.
“I saw the signs before I got pregnant but I felt he loves me too much so he won’t shout at me. Everything changed when I got pregnant so it just didn’t work,” she said.
I knew in my heart two weeks before my introduction that I won’t marry him but I proceeded because of what people would say. Then his father was saying we should proceed with the wedding so I was just using the pregnancy to stop them. But I already knew I won’t marry him because I know what I went through.
“It was physical abuse and there are even scars. At the time, people saw me and asked “Motor jam you”, it was that bad. I had to pretend to faint so he will stop beating me.
“I left when my daughter was a month and two weeks. This beating of a thing started when I was 6 weeks pregnant and I was just guiding my belly.”
Diiadem and Odekunle, her ex-husband, had their traditional marriage in 2017. They have a child together.