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'Funke Akindele's marriage will soon crash'

09 September 2016, 15:06

Lagos - After staging a secret wedding on Tuesday, August 23, in London, a lady who claims to be JJC Skillz secret lover showed up revealing that, the music star is only getting married to Funke Akindele because of her money, adding that she is the only true love of the music star, Gistmania reports.

According to Gistmania, a young lady who identified herself as Simbiat has come after newly married Nollywood actress Funke Akindele for using money to lure her man. The light skinned socialite allegedly promises friends that Funke’s new union can’t last more than 8 months because she is the only genuine lover of Rasheed Bello aka JJC Skillz.

Simbiat further reported that, she lost her first child with JJC Skillz to a still birth in 2015, adding that she would have been very happy if Funke Akindele did not disrupt her romance with the music star.

However, a family source revealed that Funke Akindele’s mother disapproved of the relationship to JJC Skillz at the last minute despite the prophet’s approval but the movie star shunned her mother’s advice.

Following their wedding, Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele and Singer, JJC  Skillz, made their first appearance as newlyweds last month at MC Abbey’s Comedy Show in London according to News24.

Nollywood actress and film maker, Funke Akindele has confirmed that  she is now married to Nigerian musician, JJC Skillz.

The actress has added by  his name to hers on her social media pages, and will now be known as  Funke Akindele Bello.

- News 24


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