Controversial actress and alleged husband snatcher, Roseline Meurer, also known as Rosy Meurer has been on the news since welcoming her son with her husband, Olakunle Churchill.
Rosy Meurer came into limelight after she was accused of snatching Churchill from famous actress, Tonto Dikeh.
For months, Olakunle Churchill and Rosy denied the accusation, calling themselves siblings (brother/sister), only for them to burst Netizen’s bubbles by sharing pregnancy photos and loved up photos months after.
However, since welcoming her son, Rosy has been acting all strange. The biracial actress has openly come for her husband’s previous wife, Tonto. She has also dragged Nigerians over her man at any given opportunity.
Recently, Rosy threatened to insult the fathers of anyone who comes for her man online. According to the actress, if anyone insults her husband, she would insult the person’s father because her husband is also a father.
She wrote, “If you insult my husband, I will insult your father because my husband is a father.” This didn’t stop there. She also recently shaded Tonto Dikeh, saying she “collected her man because she did same to others”. Her post generated reactions and backlash online as many pointed out that she might be suffering from postpartum depression.
Shortly after the brouhaha, she took a short time from Instagram by taking down her page, but moments later, she restored it back. Is she overwhelmed by the social media platform?
Instagram magazine. @thecharmingmagazine wrote, “It’s official, alleged husband snatcher, Rosy Meurer is suffering from postpartum depression and we can’t see it. Why is she fighting her shadow? Tonto Dikeh doesn’t even have her time and we love the way the new Tonto is so focused on herself. She’s crying out for help, her husband and family members should help her.”
Could this be possible that she’s depressed? According to Mayoclinic.org, “Most new moms experience postpartum “baby blues” after childbirth, which commonly include mood swings, crying spells, anxiety and difficulty sleeping. Baby blues typically begin within the first two to three days after delivery, and may last for up to two weeks.” They also stated that symptoms of postpartum depression might include, “Mood swings, anxiety, sadness and more.”Tonto Dikeh disses husband in new post
Is Rosy suffering from Postpartum depression? Time will tell.