Nollywood actress, Kemi Afolabi has raised brows on social media her decision to completely ignore her young lover, Gida on his birthday.
KFN recalls that a few days ago, reports went viral that Kemi Afolabi and her colleague, Laide Bakare allegedly got into a fight over their young lover Gida.
According to reports, Kemi Afolabi doesn’t joke with her younger colleague and sugar boy, Gida, despite him being married with kids. She fights any other woman that he tries to get involved with, hence the reason for her fall out with Laide Bakare who has recently become close with Gida.
However, on Gida’s birthday a few days ago, Kemi who usually pens down epistle to the actor on his birthdays decided to ignore him for reasons best known to her.
Instead, Kemi took to Instagram to celebrate every other person except Gida on his birthday
Recall that on Kemi’s birthday, Gida penned down a lovely birthday message to the mother of one.
According to Gida, Kemi is too special to be celebrated just ones in a year.
In his words;
“HAPPY BIRTHDAY.. One day a year isn’t enough to celebrate someone as special as you … Anota Ajike Tiaaaaaaaa Opor ooooooo @kemiafolabiadesipe”
“Don’t try it with my son” Comedian Oluwadolarz reacts to the video of Zlatan’s son choosing snacks over money
Nigerian Instagram Comedian, Ogunleye Olamide Babatunde, popularly known as Oluwadolarz, has reacted to the viral video of Zlatan's son choosing snacks over money.
KemifilaniNews recalls Oluwadolarz welcomed his son, Nifemi, in the same month he was born (October) with his baby mama and girlfriend, Adegoke Ifeoluwa. The entertainer had kept his relationship with his girlfriend private until she gave birth to a child.
In an earlier post, Zlatan's son had rejected a bundle of dollars at the expense of snacks (cheese balls). He claimed that if his baby were a girl, she would have opted for the money.
Contrary to Zlatan's son preference for food, Oluwadolarz's son's love for money is unexplainable, as it was captured in a video the moment baby dolarz hopped for the scattered N1000 naira...