Posted by Lawrence A. on November 21, 2020
Embattled Nigerian singer, 9ice, has come out to appeal to the public to help him beg his wife, Olasunkanmi, after a video of him with another lady in a hotel leaked online.
During the week, a video of the singer whose real name is Abolore Adegbola Akande and another lady leaked online. 9ice could be seen caressing the lady’s boobs and also warning other guys to stay away from her. A naked photo of him in the bathroom was also shared online.
9ice has now tendered an apology via his Instagram page this afternoon, and he appealed to Nigerians to help him beg his wife whom he got married to in January 2020.
In the video, the singer said the ‘shameful thing he’s done is costing him his marriage’.
He said ;
”I have done something so shameful, something terrible and it is costing me my family and the most important thing to me right now is my family.
The 9ice that you always see and appreaciate is beacuse I have a backbone, Olasukanmi Akande and because of this terrible thing that I have done, it is costing me a whole lot.
I apologise for what I have done and I need you guys to help me beg my wife. She is my backbone.
I have excelled in so many other things but one thing I have being failing is my marriage but this marriage, I want it to work. Please, help me beg my wife. Save this marriage for me”he said
See the clip below ;
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