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Nia Long’s Nigerian fiance Ime Udoka trashed as the story of infidelity leaks

Written by Ade

Nia Long‘s fiancé, Ime Udoka, who is reportedly facing a year-long suspension from the NBA for “improper” conduct with a member of the Boston Celtics team staff is receiving lots of condemnation on the Internet.

 The Boston Celtics head coach was alleged to have had an “intimate and consensual relationship with a female member” of the organization, a violation of the club’s code of conduct. He could be suspended for the entire 2022-23 NBA season, as Celtics assistant coach Joe Mazzulla is expected to become the team’s interim coach in his stead.

Since the news leaked, Udoka, 45, has been receiving lots of rash judgements from people, especially among NBA fans. Long became a huge fan favourite among NBA fans for her incredible dancing videos from last year’s playoffs. She is also considered one of the favourite actresses across the USA.

 Some of the condemnations include:

‘Cheating on Nia Long is crazy.’ https://t.co/iD0Sx2DMRT

— THIQUE (@ScottieBeam) September 22, 2022

‘Ime Udoka fumbled Nia Long and the NBA Finals.’

I’ve never seen an L worse than this one.’

— Austin Konenski (@Austin_Kone05) September 22, 2022

‘How the breakup argument is going between Ime Udoka & Nia Long right now…’ pic.twitter.com/MrQngP5xXj

— Orlando Valentino (@OVeezyy) September 22, 2022

‘Ime Udoka cheated on Nia Long? Ban him for life.’ pic.twitter.com/JHSxccIqk0

— Oluwajomiloju (@JomiAdeniran) September 22, 2022

Udoka and Long, 51, have been in a relationship since 2010. The duo got engaged in 2015 and had a son, Kez in 2011.

Udoka was hired as head coach in June 2021 after working as an assistant with the San Antonio Spurs, Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets. The Sacramento Kings player led the Celtics to their first NBA Finals appearance since 2010, but the team lost the championship to the Golden State Warriors.

Long was a raving supporter of the Celtics in May as Udoka led the team to the playoffs.

 “Speechless … patience and purpose,” she wrote via Instagram alongside a graphic about Udoka making the finals in his first year as head coach. “#imeudoka #blessedandgrateful.”

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