How I Lost My Virginity At 19 And Got Dumped By An Older Woman – BBNaija’s Pere Egbi Speaks

BBNaija Shine Ya Eyes alumnus, Pere Egbi has revealed a personal narrative about how he lost his virginity at the age of 19.

In an interview on Toke Makinwa’s podcast dubbed Toke Moments, media personality Toke Makinwa asked Pere about his previous romances. The reality star revealed that he was 19 years old when he lost his virginity while adding that he was 21 or 22 years old when he first fell in love.

He claimed that when he is girlfriend was 27 years old, they had a sexual relationship. As they were engaging in vigorous sex, Pere revealed that the connection was only sexual.

According to him, the lady ended their relationship with him due to their age gap, so the relationship didn’t endure long. Pere, who was devastated, claimed that he tried to convince her to change her mind and save their relationship, but all of his attempts failed.

In his words, he lost his appetite and slept for days when the lady stopped returning his calls. Pere went on to say that he tried dating other women to get over her, but it didn’t work.

He told Toke thus;

“I lost my virginity at 19. There was this chick I met, she was older. I let this woman when I was 21/22, she was 27. It was purely sexual – we were just having sex. The whole thing turn into this cr@zy relationship. And then she brought up this age thing, how she can’t have anything serious with me anymore because it bothering her about age.

I tried to talk her out of it, that age is nothing but a number, but she didn’t agree. She stopped responding to my calls. After a long time, u was heartbroken. I couldn’t eat or sleep. It was ins@ne. I tried to get over her with other women, but it didn’t work”

Source – Tru News Report


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