Nigerian artiste, Patoranking’s label boss, Foston Utomi has been implicated in a bloody domestic violence drama as his estranged wife, Ajoke, took to her social media page to share photos ad stories of her abuse.
The estranged wife in her Instagram post alleged that Foston Utomi, CEO of Foston Musik beat her and threatened to drown her in a pool of her own blood.
She further added that their marriage which crashed in less than two years was because of the domestic violence re-occurrences in which he boasted he would kill her and trend on social media.
The couple met via Instagram and were blessed with a child before they separated.
Her statement published on Instagram reads:
“In this day my darling husband saw his wife and mother of his child bleeding on the floor but was still hugging and puffing. Swearing on his mothers life that that was going to be my last day on earth.
Swearing that he would “enter Instablog” as the next man who killed his wife. I can’t help but imagine 2 conductors on the street fighting, 2 strangers.
When one starts to bleed the other would think “ha make I calm down oh” talkless of beating your defenseless wife who did Nothing to you (or please ask him, what I did, I would love to be able to make sense of this, love to know my offense). He showed no mercy, still said to me that I was going to drown in my blood.
He locked all doors, even balconies invade I wanted to jump out! The man I loved striped to his underwear in front of my friend and the abuse went on for hours, he had 2 of his own friends in the house and even they weren’t enough to stop him, he was exchanging blows with them, just to get to me.
It was as though he had 5 men inside him, determined to kill me. I excaped only by the grace of God. My friend and I were running on the street with blood on me like this and people wondering what happened to us.
And this was just one day. I can write a book on the living hell I lived. And it’s you, who has the guts to bring this to instagram? You are not even worthy of being a role model to your son yet You think you a motivational speaker now?