Singer and producer, Simi has got tweeps talking after sharing a photo of herself clad in a flowery gown and captioned with a apple fruit.
The singer who is currently a judge on Nigerian Idol looked smashingly beautiful in the photo but what caught people’s attention was the leafy-like design on her gown. One fan hilariously asked if she has started growing leaves on her chest, another compared her to biblical Eve because of the design. One concluded by saying; “Grass don grow for mummy deja breast”.
The singer didnt however respond to any of their comments….
See photo and reactions that followed.
You look like the imagination of biblical Eve LOL All Hail SimiEve 😁😁😁
Grass don grow for mummy deja breast 😭😭
who cultivated flowers on ur cloth?
What’s wrong with your neck, dear?
U don start again 🙄 u don get grow leave for chest…
AG baby don chop you half u still the post full apple. Green one for that matter. U look good sis.
WAW you are so beautiful and sexy
Duke of the Trenches 👣
Lemme take that flower of you, need to propose asap.
KemiFilani News recalls Adekunle Gold got his wife, Simi teary eyed when he surprisingly showed up on the ongoing Nigerian reality tv show stage with a birthday cake.
Simi who was one of the judges of the show, was beyond surprised when she saw him walk into the stage and towards her.
On getting to her, he presented the cake and said “I am your biggest fan. I am proud of you, well done, Deja and i am rooting for you and we love you, I love you”
Kemi Filani also recalls that Adekunle Gold penned down the most beautiful birthday message during to week to celebrate his wife who turned a year older.
“My angel from above You’ve given me something special. Simi, you’re my favorite sign. It must be the reason why we align. You’re perfect and that’s facts. Pretty Pretty face and you don’t brag Baby, take my card buy yourself a new bag. Happy Birthday Magic,” Adekunle Gold wrote.
Fans have been glued to the Nigerian stars’ romance since they got married in January 2019 after secretly dating for five years.