Nollywood actress, Rosy Meurer, has revealed via social media, one thing she cannot share with anyone in her life.
The Gambian-born Nigerian actress who is notable for her sultry roles in movies, in an Instagram post disclosed that she cannot share a man with anyone.
Meurer captioned this under a beautiful photo of herself and went on to ask others their opinion. Her post sparked a lot of reactions from followers as they attempted to give answers to her question.
“There is one thing I CANNOT share… MY MAN. WHATS THE ONE THING YOU CANNOT SHARE?” she wrote.
According to her, that is the only thing she cannot share for reasons best known to her. Meurer’s post was laughable because, prior to her revelation, she had been dragged countless times for the marital crisis of Nollywood star Tonto Dikeh and her now ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill.
It would be recalled that some years back, reports surfaced that she(Meurer) allegedly cheated with Tonto Dikeh’s ex-husband Olakunle which also supplemented efforts that led to their separation.
Dikeh who accused the husband of domestic abuse, also stated that he was cheating on her with Meurer who was Churchill’s personal assistant at the time. Her claims attracted much hate towards Meurer, who got lashed heavily on social media for being a husband thief.
Although she did not publicly deny the allegations, months later, Meurer however fired back at online trolls that insinuated that she was a homewrecker.
Born in The Gambia to a Dutch father and a Nigerian mother from Delta State, Meurer is the first child in a family of three.
While growing up, she loved aircraft and flying and dreamt of becoming an air hostess or a pilot. She started her career as a model in The Gambia, before moving to Nigeria in 2009.
In the same year, Nigerian actor cum politician, Desmond Elliot scouted her for a role and encouraged her sojourn into the industry. She moved to Lagos, Nigeria, and started her movie career, made an appearance in Emem Isong’s film Spellbound and in the 2011 film in the Cupboard.
In 2012, Meurer starred in a minor role in Weekend Getaway. After her debut in the 2012 movie, she stopped acting for a while and went back to school in The Gambia, before coming back to Nigeria to continue her acting career.
When she returned in 2014, she joined the cast of TV series Oasis, starring in a lead role as Kaylah. The following year, she played Nneka in Damaged Petal and starred in Red Card and Open Marriage
.2017 presented a more fulfilling year for the budding actress as she starred as the lead role in Our Dirty Little Secret. She also bagged her magazine cover of the April 2017 House Of Maliq Magazine issue.In the same year, she played Monica in the TV series Philip and Polycarp and starred in The Incredible Father, Pebbles of love. She later went on to produce her first movie The Therapist’s Therapy.
On 25 May 2017, Meurer rehabilitated and commissioned Udu Main Market Water Project in Udu, Delta State. In 2015, she became an ambassador of the Big Church Foundation for Women and Child and donated money to pregnant women at the 3-H Clinic and Maternity in Warri, Delta State.
In what happened to be a tipping point in her career, she played the lead role as Valerie in Eniola Badmus’s film Karma and starred as Kemi Alesinloye in Ayo Makun’s Merry Men: The Real Yoruba Demons.
In April 2019, she signed an endorsement deal with DoctorCare247. Four months later, she signed an endorsement deal with Glo.