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Portable welcomes 3rd child in one year

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Habeeb Okikiola, the singer better known as Portable, has welcomed his third child in over 12 months.

Portable and Ashabi Simple, his latest lover, took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce the arrival of their bundle of joy.

The post was accompanied by pictures of the newborn child and the then-pregnant lady.

“He has done so much for us I can’t tell it all. Thank you God for the journey so far am so glad to join the motherhood,” the post read.

“Coming back for my epistle and appreciation oooo but aye Ope yo.

“Congratulations to us Okikiolami @portablebaeby and @ashabi_simple. May God bless and protect him for us Anuoluwapo Fitilamihan.

“Another Tuesday king to Badmus family. King producing kings. Akoi King Nation.”

In June last year, Portable welcomed his second child with Omobewaji Ewatomi, one of his baby mamas.

Six months later, the singer announced the arrival of a child with Keji, his third baby mama.

He also has a child with one of his lovers named Zainab Badmus.

The singer had last year revealed plans to have 12 wives before he clocks 40.

“I never reach 30, I don get six wives and plenty children. Before I reach 40, my housewives would be up to a dozen(12). I am not 30 and I already have six. I just want to inform you so you would be aware,” he had said.

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Osas Ighodaro opens up about how losing her mum changed her

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Nollywood actress Osas Ighodaro has explained how losing her mother made her become more carefree and less worried about people’s opinions about her.

Speaking on Arise TV, the actress opened up about the shift in her approach to life, which made her more free-spirited.

“I know a transition happened for me because I used to be in my head a lot and I used to worry about what people thought about me a lot. But when I went through the experience of losing my mum in 2020, I realised how much she gave to so many people and she didn’t take care of herself.”

She stressed that losing her mum led her to prioritise her self-expression and self-love over worrying about others’ opinions. Ighodaro stated that changing her mindset also enabled her to enjoy life and what it has to offer and she has been happier since.

The actress explained, “I said ‘Wait a minute? I’m not going to end up like that. I’m going to live my life and I’m going to the the best that I can be and I want to represent her legacy to the best of my abilities. It’s been free since then, I’ve been living life and being happy and enjoying every moment; whether it’s good or bad. You either learn from it or enjoy it and that’s how I live my life.”

“A lot of people come up to me and say ‘I love your dancing,’ and that’s part of the freedom for me. I used to be so self-conscious before but who cares at this point, I am a thespian but I’m also someone who loves life and loves to travel and enjoy herself and dance,” she concluded.

See the full interview below:

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UPTH says Burna Boy only paid medical bills of selected patients during visit

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The University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH) has clarified reports claiming Burna Boy settled the medical bills of all its patients.

In early June, the Afrofusion singer visited the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) and its teaching hospital.

Burna Boy was said to have settled the outstanding medical bills of some patients.

Some reports, however, claimed that the singer covered the bills of all the hospital’s patients.

Elabha Meni, the institution’s spokesperson, has now clarified that Burna Boy only selected patients for cash gifts or donations.

Meni said in a statement on Friday that the hospital did not receive any direct payment from Burna Boy on behalf of patients.

“We commend Burna Boy’s kindness in financially assisting select patients in our hospital to offset their bills during his visit on June 11,” Meni said.

“However, contrary to reports stating that all patients’ bills in UPTH were paid during the visit, only selected patients received cash gifts or donations.

“The hospital did not receive direct payments from the musician and his team on behalf of patients to support this worthy course of reducing healthcare costs.”

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Davido says Chioma’s wedding ring worth three Rolls Royce cars

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Davido says Chioma’s wedding ring is worth the price of two or three Rolls Royce motor cars.

The average cost of the luxury automobile is about $500,000 which amounts to ₦745 million at ₦1,490/USD.

Based on this analogy, the ring could be around $1.5 million.

Earlier this month, Davido disclosed that he and Chioma would be wedding in Lagos on June 25.

On Friday, Cubana Chief Priest shared an Instagram post of Davido and Chioma in the company of their friends.

In the accompanying caption, the socialite said the wedding ceremony will be a “strict gathering of real friends and family”.

In the video, Cubana captured several luxury cars including a few Rolls-Royce in preparation for the event.

Davido boasted about Chioma’s ring being worth the price of two or three Rolls-Royce cars.

“We’re rolling on a Rolls-Royce. A Yoruba man steps out and says I am coming down to Imo to pick an amazing fruit and it’s happening,” Cubana said.

“They fought it. They tried to stop it. They did everything possible to end it but the will of God happened.”

Davido engaged Chioma in 2019.

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