Nollywood actress Annie Idibia has left her colleagues and fans gushing over her and her husband 2Face following the birthday message to the singer on his birthday.
This comes a few hours after 2Face publicly apologized to Annie by sharing a loved up photo of the duo to celebrate his birthday.
2Face in the Instagram post said he’s not perfect or without any mistake, but they keep learning, working and striving to become the best version of themselves.
While celebrating the new age, 2Face prayed the God would guide them and protect their home.
He wrote: “I know I’m not without mistakes neither I’m I perfect but we keep learning and working and striving to become the best version of ourselves. It is well. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ME. MAY THE ALMIGHTY GUIDE ALL OF US AND PROTECT OUR HOMES #ONELOVERELIGION.
A few hours later, Annie Idibia took to her Instagram page to celebrate her husband with a throwback loved up photo.
She wrote: H A P P Y B I R T H D A Y TO “A GUY “ My Mine.
Reacting to the post many Nigerian celebrities such as Mercy Aigbe, Iyabo Ojo, Toke Makinwa, Rita Dominic and others including fans gushed over the couple with love emojis.
Kemi Filani News recalls Annie Idibia took to her Instagram page earlier this month to attacked her husband for still having a sexual relationship with his babymama, Pero Adeniyi and his family for not accepting her despite being legally married to their son.
The outburst earned her mixed reactions from their fellow celebrities, and fans with many condemning Annie for washing their family’s dirty linen in public.
Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe has thrown a subtle shade to former minister of Aviation Femi Fani-Kayode following his defection from the People’s Democratic Party to the ruling All Progressive Congress party.
Kemi Filani News recalls that several reactions had greeted the recent move of Fani-Kayode, especially with his consistent criticisms of Buhari’s administration and also sworn never to join the party.
Hence, many Nigerians have slammed Fani Kayode over his decision, stating that hunger humbled him as he is more concerned about his pocket and stomach than good governance.