Actress Nia Long Shares Secret Post About ‘Best Revenge’
According to his latest Instagram post Nia Long he moves on with his life and holds no grudges. His Instagram post comes after his ex, Here is Udokarevealed as the head coach of the Houston Rockets.
Last year, Bolton Celtics sacked his coach following an affair scandal with a female staff member. The Nets wanted to hire Udoka as their new head coach, but chose Jacque Vaughn after the scandal.
Due to the dispute, Long ended their relationship after 12 years together. At the height of the scandal, the actress criticized the Celtics for publicizing the matter and the firing.
Read on to learn more.
Nia Long talks revenge
Nia Long decides to protect her peace after her ex-fiancé Ime Udoka’s cheating scandal happened last year. On Saturday, Long posted a quote on Instagram: “The best revenge is no revenge, move on. Be happy.”
The ‘Best Man’ actress’ post was well received by several celebrities, who shared supportive and complimentary comments. Talk show host Robinson Peete commented, “Yes, sister! Revenge continues the poisoning.”
Former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Tanya Sam wrote, “Amen. Bitter or better.” One fan commented: “Always be gracious; the best revenge is your paper. That’s what I’m working on.”
Her mysterious message is apparently connected to the fact that she received a lot of publicity from her fiancé, Ime Udoka.
Ime Udoka was appointed head coach of a new team
Long’s post is about not seeking revenge after the Houston Rockets announced Udoka as their new head coach. Udoka got the job after he was fired from the Boston Celtics last year due to an affair scandal with a female staff member.
The team announced that he had violated the company’s code of conduct and initially suspended him before eventually terminating his role. According to later reports about the scandal, Udoka also made negative and unwanted comments about the woman he was having an affair with.
When the scandal became public, Udoka issued a statement apologizing for his actions. He wrote: “I want to apologize to our players, our fans, the entire Celtics organization and my family for letting them down. I am sorry for putting the team in this difficult situation and I accept the team’s decision. Out of respect for everyone involved, I will not comment further.”
The Nets were also rumored to be looking to hire Udoka as their new head coach after firing Steve Nash earlier this season. However, the scandal forced them to change their minds and go with Jacque Vaughn.
Ime Udoka and Nia Hosszú split over controversy
Shortly after Udoka’s affair became public, Long’s representative confirmed it in a statement People magazine that the actress ended their relationship of more than 12 years. The source said: “The situation is unfortunate and painful, but Nia is focused on her children and rebuilding her life.”
Long and Udoka began dating in 2010 and announced their engagement in 2015, but never married. About a week before their breakup became public, Long had a conversation The Hollywood Reporter about the fraud scandal.
She said: “I felt like my heart was going to jump out of my body.” Long and Udoka have a son, Kez, and the “Best Man” actress had a previous son, Massai, whom she shares with former boyfriend and actor Massai Dorsey.
Nia Long criticizes Celtics over scandal
The “You People” actress also talked about how Long’s cheating and the resulting scandal affected 11-year-old Kez. She said he was devastated and “still has moments where it’s not easy for him”.
Long also said, “I think the most heartbreaking part of it all was seeing my son’s face when the Boston Celtics organization decided to go public with a very private situation.” The team did not respond to the actress’ claims that she could have been more discreet.
However, Celtics owner Wys Grousbeck spoke about the decision to suspend Udoka for a full season. He said lawsuit Fox news, “This seemed right, but there are no clear guidelines for this. I took a lot of advice from partners like (president of basketball operations) Brad (Stevens) and others. We came to this together and we got there, but it wasn’t clear what to do.”