Judy Austin First Husband & Networth
Muoghalu-Uchechukwu Judith, known as Judy Austin and the creator of two Nollywood films, Native Girl and Fear, has shared her views on marriage in a unique manner.
The Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka, Anambra State graduate believes that marriage is not God’s will, despite the fact that many Christians believe that it is.
Sex, marriage, and relationships all have distinct meanings to everyone of us. Marriage isn’t an accomplishment for me,” she replied in response to a Potpourri question about marriage, sex, and relationships.
However, the union of two people who love each other is a positive thing. Having it is a treasured possession that should be treasured. There are a lot of people who married for the wrong reasons in today’s environment. Because they know they’ll garner attention, the best wedding planner, the most beautiful gowns… it’s ridiculous.
It’s all about the social media posts, the comments, the views, and the likes, not the marriage itself. To me, getting married is a blessing because it brings me together with someone I can build with, someone who can support and encourage me,” she added.
“I don’t believe in moving from one man to the next,” she remarked of sex and relationships. I’m a person who thrives in close friendships and romantic connections. I don’t think it’s a good idea to hand out your number to every male who comes your way. I like to keep it to myself. You should do what feels right to you. On the subject of relationships, I’m a product of them. You have two options if a relationship doesn’t work out: break up and try again, or take a break. Having sex with someone isn’t the only way to have a healthy relationship. I cherish the opportunity to interact regularly with intelligent individuals from whom I might glean new insights. To that end, “relational” ideas are always appreciated.
As a child, Judy Austin was more interested in music and modeling than acting. Sylvester Madu, a friend of hers, encouraged her to pursue acting because of her good features. She did, and the rest is, as they say, in the record books. As of 2018, she has produced two films of her own, “Native Girl” and “Fear,” as well as appeared in numerous other films.