Lanre Gentry, the ex-husband to Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe, has penned down a lovely tribute and prayers as he celebrates her daughter’s birthday.
Mercy Aigbe, since morning, has been churning out adorable photos of herself and her daughter, Michelle, as she celebrates the new milestone.
Taking to his Instagram page, Lanre Gentry reminisces on memories with his daughter when she was much younger, stating she is still part of him.
Lanre Gentry further prayed that he would not mourn over any of his sons and daughters, and God will continue to protect and elevate her daughter Michelle.
He wrote: Happy birthday Michelle you are still part of me and the little times you spent with me as a daughter will forever be memorable. I will not mourn over any one of my son’s and daughters. God will elevate you and protect you michelleio_.
Yomi Fabiyi drags Toyin Abraham’s husband, Kola Ajeyemi, says he is being controlled and fed by her | Watch
Controversial actor, Yomi Fabiyi has dragged Toyin Abraham's husband, Kola Ajeyemi for criticizing his new movie, 'Oko Iyabo'.
KFN recalls that after Yomi Fabiyi became the subject of discussion on Social media after the release of the movie, Toyin's husband, Kola Ajeyemi made a video where he condemned the movie and the producer, Yomi Fabiyi.
Kola added that Yomi was not laying a good example and Nollywood actors are being ridiculed in public because of the controversies happening.
Reacting to this during his Instagram live session, Yomi blasted Kola Ajeyemi by calling him names and also stating clearly that they are not in the same league.
According to Yomi, Kola Ajeyemi is being fed and controlled by his wife, Toyin Abraham.
Popular Nigerian rapper, Olanrewaju Fasasi, popularly known as Sound Sultan died today of Angioimmunoblastic T- Cell Lymphoma in the United States of America.
The 44 years old Jagbajantis crooner, lost it to his battle with cancer.
However, in a leaked conversation with comedian Yaw, Sound Sultan could be heard saying he was only following the will of God as he never expected to take the sudden trip to America because of his health.
"God has a plan, I no that strongly. So, I just dey follow am. This trip no be my plans. If you see the way doctors dey tell me say I dey respond to treatment. Chemo don start, everything. I thank God. I no dey stress myself," Sound Sultan said in a telephone call.
Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus has broken down in tears as she questions the sudden death of Nigerian singer Olanrewaju Abdul-Ganiu Fasasi, popularly known as Sound Sultan.
Taking to her Instagram page to mourn the music star, Eniola Badmus averred that the transition of death is very troublesome, adding Sound Sultan will forever remain in the heart of many people.
Eniola Badmus also questioned why the singer had plugged many into a state of mourning, describing him as a fantastic person and a legend.
Can we say RIP to a real Legend? Life is pleasant, death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome. You will always be in our heart. R.I.P @soundsultan
Brother Lanre Fasasi @soundsultan why do you have to do this...