Iyke and Theresa, former participants of the Ultimate Love TV show, have called off their engagement.


The pair met during the first season of the reality TV show in 2020 and later got engaged in May 2021.

But Theresa took to Instagram on Wednesday to announce the end of their engagement in a now-deleted post.

She did not reveal the circumstances surrounding their breakup.


Theresa also used the post to appreciate their fans for the love and support throughout the years.

“I’m sorry to all Iykeresa lovers and believers but we’ve decided to go our separate ways which is best for us. We hope you respect our decision as we forge ahead with our lives and careers,” the reality TV star wrote.

Iyke and Theresa came second at the end of the 2020 Ultimate Love show.


Their breakup comes about nine months after Kachi Ucheagwu, one of the winners, had parted ways with Rosie, his estranged partner.

In a tell-it-all interview, Kachi had accused Rosie of aborting her 12 weeks pregnancy without his consent.

“I fell in love with her, one of the reasons why I had to propose to her on stage. I didn’t have to do that but it was to cement whatever I felt for her in the house,” the reality star had stated.

“It was genuine and she accepted. The problem started with her wanting her brother to be her manager. I would be like no. So we’ve had times when we had to raise our voice at each other. She claimed I don’t trust and respect her.


“That our relationship is toxic. So I was trying to find out where all of that was coming from. She was pregnant in the hotel. When she told me, I was like, ‘wow, that’s good news. This is what I’ve always been expecting’.

“It was a case of termination. She never lost that child. We’ve been separated for two weeks now.”

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