Desmond Elliot and Omotola Jalaide Kehinde's characters try to decipher what to do about their budding romance, while Elliot's character remains in the dark about what the three friends orchestrated behind his back. For more on the main story see my review on part one of this film, with the same title. Genenvieve Nnaji's character is also unaware that her boyfriend has falling in love with one of her best-friends but notices that he is slowly drifting away from her. She tries to salvage the situation to no avail and instead causes a ricochet of events that ultimately reveal the truth. The soundtrack and sceneries in this part are better than the first one but I enjoyed part one better because the story was stronger then. This part just makes it seem like they just wanted to force a part 2 out of the story. Nevertheless, it's a good film and teaches a great lesson.
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