‘So now you faking it?’: Ben Ofoedu hits back after his ex Vanessa Feltz confessed she has faked orgasms in comments from before their split
Ben Ofoedu has hit back after his ex-fiancée Vanessa Feltz admitted she sometimes fakes orgasms in a candid confession.
The singer, 50, responded to her very intimate remarks in a lighthearted Instagram video shared to the platform on Tuesday.
It came a day after it emerged that Vanessa, 61, said that sometimes you have to fake it to ‘be polite’ during an appearance on a podcast recorded before their split.
Responding to her comments, Ben took to social media to post a video of himself out on a walk in nature, sporting a black padded jacket and blue sunglasses.
In the short clip, Ben hit back at her remarks with a smile on his face, saying: ‘Oh! So now you faking it?’
Responding: Ben Ofoedu has hit back after his ex-fiancée Vanessa Feltz admitted she sometimes fakes orgasms in a candid confession
Hitting back: The singer, 50, responded to her very intimate remarks in a lighthearted Instagram video shared to the platform on Tuesday
He went on to laugh before adding: ‘Have a great day.’
Vanessa split from her former partner of 16 years Ben last month after he confessed to cheating on her during the relationship.
Appearing on the Grazia Life Advice podcast when she was still with Ben, Vanessa said it’s ‘rude’ not to fake it if your partner is ‘trying every trick in the book’.
Revealing the worst advice she’d ever been given, she told the podcast: ‘Experts say if you fake an orgasm, how will your lover/partner ever really know what you like? So they’ll never do it.
‘I think that is the worst advice because sometimes it is just rude not to fake it.
‘Sometimes your partner is trying every trick in the book. They have been twiddling and licking and flicking. They’re absolutely 10/10 for effort.’
She added: ‘I’m not saying do it every time but on those occasions – when you’re not concentrating and thinking about defrosting the freezer and are never going to get there – you’ve got to fake it, it’s only polite.
‘Everyone saves face and no-one’s embarrassed or ashamed.’
Candid: It came a day after it emerged that Vanessa, 61, said that sometimes you have to fake it to ‘be polite’ during an appearance on a podcast recorded before their split
Vanessa also recently opened up about her split from Ben as she admitted that life hasn’t been ‘easy’ since.
She shared a video to Instagram on Monday where she revealed she ‘can’t sleep in the middle of the night’ but hopes it will get better.
While enjoying dinner at the Brasserie Of Light restaurant within London’s Selfridges, she was asked by a friend, ‘Vanessa, you’re looking great but how do you really feel?’
After pulling an emotional expression, she replied: ‘Well, no one said it was going to be easy and I must say it isn’t easy actually, especially in the middle of the night when I can’t sleep and all of that.
‘But I’m keeping on, keeping on and I’ve got lots and lots of friends and family around me and I’m really loving that.
‘Everyday I suppose I hope it’s going to get a little bit easier but thank you for asking.’
Vanessa announced she had split from her partner of 16 years last month amid claims he’d been unfaithful while on a tour of UK holiday parks with his electronic dance music act, which he later confirmed.
The woman who Ben reportedly strayed with told MailOnline how she sent a bombshell email to Vanessa, followed by an ‘awkward’ phone call, in which she blew the whistle on Ben’s ‘serial womanising’.
Ben’s fling told Vanessa she had been ‘hopelessly in love’ with him after a series of steamy encounters in Ibiza and Thailand.
But she insisted that the BBC Radio 2 host deserved to know her partner had tried to seduce at least three other younger women.
The successful businesswoman – who bears a close resemblance to Vanessa – said she initially had no idea that Ben had a long-term partner when her romance with him began, and she broke off the relationship as soon as she found out.
But beach club owner and restaurateur Ella, 59, who does not wish to use her real name, described him as ‘an octopus who has no respect for women’ and said she wanted to set the record straight after he ‘peddled lies’ about their year-long fling.
After the email, Ella and Vanessa had a ‘difficult’ phone conversation during which Vanessa told her that what she and Ofoedu had done was ‘very wrong’.
In the email, Ella wrote to Vanessa: ‘I was aware of his relationship with you, and I felt very guilty but he pursued me so much I couldn’t resist his charm.
Break-up: Vanessa split from her former partner of 16 years Ben last month after he confessed to cheating on her during the relationship
‘I was terrified sending that email,’ said Ella, ‘and even more so when Vanessa called me back.’
‘I completely understood her anger at me and I certainly didn’t respond angrily to her, but it was a very awkward conversation,’ she added.
Despite the revelations about Ben’s behaviour in the email and phone call, Vanessa apparently decided to forgive him.
Earlier this month however, Vanessa announced she had finally dumped him after a series of other illicit relationships emerged.
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