Deyemi Okanlawon, the Nollywood actor, says having sex four times a week is not enough in a relationship. 


In the latest episode of Bluezone Conversations, a podcast anchored by Toke Makinwa, the film star spoke about his sex life and marriage.

Deyemi likened sex to food while urging couples to get intimate in the “morning, afternoon and evening.”

The 43-year-old said there shouldn’t be timetable when it comes to sex.


He added that there are weeks one can have it all day.

Toke had revealed that there are times she prefers not to have sexual intercourse.

“Four times a week is a lot. You’re lucky if you even find sex once a week,” she said.


In his reply, Deyemi said: “Common, don’t even say that. That’s not true. That can’t be true. (shaging) Everyday o. How many times do you feed? As much as you eat.

“There’s no timetable for this thing. There are times you go weeks without it. It does not need to rest. First of all, that was what it was made for. There is no set rule. You work with what you have.

“Default is that you have to be having sex every time.

While sex frequency varies from person to person, a researcher argued that having too much sex doesn’t actually come with adverse side effects.


“The definition of frequent sex is variable. And if it feels good and doesn’t hurt, then sex at any frequency is okay,” Rebecca C. Brightman, MD, an assistant clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, told Health.

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