Nollywood Yoruba actress, Bisola Badmus, who is Fuji maestro KWAM 1’s babymama celebrated son’s 6th birthday on June 29.
Named Prince Abdul Malik Olasunkanmi Ayinde Marshal, the excited mum has been flaunting her son’s photos on social media.
She wrote on one of her Instagram posts, “Ever since have been rewarded with a special gift like you ???my life have been filled with joy ????enjoy your day King Malik ????Olasunkanmi the most handsome”
Though many didn’t believe her when she was pregnant and declared it was for KWAM 1, the striking resemblance Malik shares with his dad said it all.
Bisola, who had in an interview with Encomium in 2016, revealed that the father of her son is KWAM 1.
According to the findings, Bisola and K1 had always enjoyed a high level of intimacy before she got pregnant. To authenticate the veracity of this fact, K1 had devoted a section of eulogy to her during the launching of Dayo Amusa’s movie premiere, “Dewunmi Iberu” in 2012.
It was gathered that at the height of their affair, when Bisola had difficulty in getting pregnant, K1 had suggested that she visited a good gynecologist. Later, when Bisola got pregnant, there was an ‘unwritten’ agreement between the lovers to keep mute over the paternity of the baby.
It was gathered that when Bisola was delivered of her baby, K1 was informed on the phone and he visited her at the hospital as well. Moreover, the Fuji king also dispatched a delegation, among whom was his family cleric (Alfa) to attend the naming ceremony. Those who have seen Bisola’s son swore that he shares an uncanny resemblance with his father.
“The interview caused a strain in her relationship with Alhaji, who had warned her to be discreet about their affair. Though he still takes responsibility of her son, Abdulmalik Ayinde Marshal, he is yet to make up his mind on marrying her legally,” a source exclusively told Kemiashefonlovehaven.
Nigerian rapper/singer, Eva Alordiah has stated in a social media post why the call for people to get their PVC shouldn't be the only call out there. According to her, PVCs can change the man at the helm of affairs but can't change our problem which she believes comes from inside of us.
''S T A R T W I T H Y O U.
#evaalordiah #love #Nigeria
You need your PVC to Vote at the next Elections ?
it is advisable to get one so you can Vote.
But, believing that the Change we seek lies dormant in the hands of another person in Power is the same as you giving your Power away.
The Power to change the world around you has already been given to you by the divine, you are either using that Power daily to effect Positive change or you simply do...
A British nurse has become the first person to be convicted under new modern slavery laws, after being found guilty of trafficking five Nigerian women to Germany to work as prostitutes.
Josephine Iyamu was prosecuted under the Modern Slavery Act involving victims who have no connection to the UK but have been victimised by a British national.
Jurors were told the 51-year-old Liberia-born British citizen forced the women to swear oaths to hand over money to her during “juju” ceremonies. These included forcing women to eat chicken hearts, drink blood containing worms, and have powder rubbed into cuts, the court heard.
Iyamu, formerly of Bermondsey in London, then arranged for the women to be trafficked across the Mediterranean, with one being told to pay a “bill” of €37,000 (£32,700).
She was convicted at Birmingham crown court of five counts of arranging or facilitating travel for sexual exploitation.
She must be right after all.
Recent happenings in marriages have proved Bukky Wright right.
In a recent interview, the Nollywood actress, advised other celebrities to be careful on the personal information they post on social media.
Her reasons? Such information, she explained, could be so sensitive to the extent of causing a blockage in their career later in life.
Citing her case as an example, the pretty mother of two said, “I am a perfect example of one out of many celebrities who never post private life affairs on social media.
“I’m very careful about what I post on social media. I post what is needed to be posted and not frivolities. I don’t have to post, especially, if it has to do with my private life.” It’s my private life and I believe my private life should remain private.”
The actress said many celebrities still go ahead to...