Why I wanted my mom dead- Actress Cha Cha Eke reveals

Charity Eke, better known as Cha Cha Eke has reportedly admitted that she despised her mother and wanted her to die when she was young.

The actress who happens to be a proud mother of four acknowledged in a statement on her Instagram page that she once had a huge affection for her mother, but as she became older, that affection turned into a deep loathing and even a desire for her murder.

She acknowledged that the animosity only intensified after certain men of God informed her that her mother was on the attack. She asserted that she came to understand herself more after learning about her mental health problems and flawed cognitive habits.

Cha Cha Eke talked about this aspect of her relationship with her mother in order to promote awareness of mental health concerns and honour her on her birthday. Despite the fact that her mental state had contributed, she ultimately regretted what she had done.

‘’This is a video of me and my biological Mom. I loved her intensely when I was younger. She was, and still is my best friend. However, as I got older, I began to dislike and develop deep hatred for her. I had nightmares and hallucinations that supported my euphoria. Sadly, many men of God told me after several manic episodes that she was after my life.

And so i went about wishing her death and spewing despicable things about her. Looking back now at my mental health challenges and journey, it’s laughable to know that those dysfunctional thought patterns and beliefs of mine were a disorder; a chemical reaction in the brain waves that switches your “most favourite” to “your least favourite”.

Dear reader, many people have been emotionally torn apart from their loved ones due to underlying mental conditions.

They’d come up with all sorts of negative stories to back up their disillusioned claims. Thankfully, there are pills for those weird inexplicable feelings.

Did you know? Today is my mother’s birthday and I’m grateful to have realized it was all a sickness in my head while she’s still alive. I love you deeply Mommy. You’re a blessed Woman. 9 Grandchildren and still counting Mental illness or not, Momma raised a Queen”


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