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“Chest pain should have wounded her by now” – Sarah Martins calls for Nigerians to check up on Kemi Olunloyo following Davido’s wedding

Sarah Martins trolls Kemi Olunloyo

Nollywood actress Sarah Martins has trolled investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo following the successful wedding of Davido and Chioma.

Taking to her Instagram page, she urged netizens to check up on the controversial journalist as she stated that chest pain was supposed to have wounded the journalist.

Checking up on her, Sarah questioned how her health was.

“Someone should help me check on Aunty Kemkem.
Chest pain supposed don wound am by now

Hanty kemkem, good afternoon.
How’s your health?
Many people celebrate you in the presence of your enemies.
Someone should tag that enemy of progress”.

Sarah Martins trolls Kemi Olunloyo

Kemi Filani reported that a few days before the singer’s wedding, Kemi Olunloyo had called out Davido and Chioma for holding their wedding at a ‘local setting’ the Eko Hotel and Suites. She admonished them against publicising their private life, saying the wedding should have been a private event.

In a surprising twist, she had finally freed the singer as she claimed she shared a bond with Davido’s family and alleged that the singer disrespected her in 2018 by calling her derogatory names, which stuck on the lips of netizens up till this moment.

Kemi disclosed that she would no longer report anything about Davido.

When Davido and Chioma welcomed twins, Kemi confirmed it, as she shared details about the twins’ birth and claimed Chioma went through CS.

She had also marked the posthumous birthday of Ifeanyi Adeleke, the late son of the singer and his wife, recounting the details of his painful demise. She had alleged that Ifeanyi was buried secretly and the estate, where he denied he drowned in any of their properties.

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