We all have that one love that got away, the one we couldn’t hold on to even though we loved them. And for actress, Rosemond Brown, it is the man she had her child with.
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Although she wouldn’t mention his name, Rosemond said she would have loved to marry her baby daddy.
“It saddens my heart that I couldn’t marry my baby daddy after 10 years of dating. I wish we had gotten married but it just didn’t work out. Maybe God knows why it is so but I wish I’d married him,” Rosemond Brown told Graphic Showbiz.
According to the outspoken actress, she had a tough childhood because her mother was a single parent and she vowed never to make the same mistake but unfortunately she has ended up in a similar situation.
“I go all out when I am dating and its hurts me when the same love is not reciprocated. I have always said that if my baby daddy comes back a changed man, I wouldn’t hesitate to take him back and tie the knot with him quickly,” Rosemond said.
Away from her relationship, Rosemond Brown, who has featured in music videos like Guru’s Samba, African Girls by Castro and Asamoah Gyan, Keche’s They Say, Ephraim’s Calamity among others said she has gotten better at handling false stories about her although she used to cry a lot in the past.
“Until Nana Aba Anamoah and Joselyn Dumas had a lengthy chat with me on how this industry works I was bothered about so many things and I cried a lot in my room,” she said.
Asked whether she has ever been taken advantage of by the musicians she has worked with, the mother of one said no.
“None of the musicians have taken advantage of me because they know I’m not like that. Once my role is done in the music video, it ends there. No musician or director can say he has slept with me,” Rosemond Brown added.