Marlon Wayans’ Advice To Nia Long Following Her Public Cheating Embarrassment . . . ‘Take Him Back’

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Actor Marlon Wayans had some advice to his longtime friend, actress Nia Long, who is in the midst of a very embarrassing cheating scandal. According to Marlon, she should seriously consider taking back her cheating spiritual husband Ime Udoka, Media Take Out has learned.

In a recent interview, with Leah’s Lemonade, Marlon offered this advice. “I would say to Nia Long, never mind the embarrassment or all that … ‘before all of this, were you happy,’ so then work on your relationship.”

Nia Long’s spiritual husband Ime Udoka, coach of the Boston Celtics, has been accused of cheating on her with a woman who worked with the team. The Boston Celtics have suspended Ime indefinitely, and his coaching career may be over.

Marlon also claimed that he would give his daughter the same advice.


Markon Wayans is an actor, comedian, writer, and producer. Wayans began his career portraying a pedestrian in I’m Gonna Git You Sucka (1988). He went on to regularly collaborate with his brother Shawn Wayans on The WB sitcom The Wayans Bros. (1995–1999), and in the comedy films Scary Movie (2000), Scary Movie 2 (2001), White Chicks (2004), Little Man (2006), and Dance Flick (2009). Wayans had a dramatic role in Darren Aronofsky’s critically acclaimed film Requiem for a Dream (2000), which saw his departure from the usual comedies.

Wayans has appeared in other films including Norbit (2007), G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009), The Heat (2013), A Haunted House (2013) and its sequel A Haunted House 2 (2014), Naked (2017), Fifty Shades of Black (2016), Sextuplets (2019), and On the Rocks (2020). He partnered with Randy Adams to create What the Funny, an online destination for urban comedy.[2][3] Wayans created the comedy competition television show Funniest Wins, which aired on TBS in 2014.[4] Since 2014, Wayans and his brothers have been traveling the U.S. with “The Wayans Brothers Tour”.[5] In 2017, he began starring in his own NBC sitcom Marlon, which ran for two seasons.

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