So, Gongo aso crooner, Abolore Akande aka 9ice and wife, Olasunkanmi Ajala finally saved their marriage?
This is a piece of heartwarming news after the marriage was threatened in 2020 by a cheating scandal on the part of 7ice.
The couple just welcomed a baby girl after the social media post that almost consumed their marriage.
Taking to Instagram, the new mum, Olasunkanmi posted a maternity shoot and captioned it,
“God has been beyond showing out in my life since the beginning of 2021. I am so grateful to him I can’t even begin to put it into words. Everything isn’t always sunshine when God blesses you. He also expects you to manage well what he has given you. You really do have to be careful and be ready for all of the residues that comes with it. And in it you believe he would never give you more than you can bear. I am super duper thankful. Thank you Lord for this new addition to our family. Just know baby Myla that you were wished for , longed for, prayed for, and will be forever loved.
Recall that in 2020, the peace of the then, less-than-a-year union was threatened by a viral video posted by an Instagram blog, Gistlover, which featured 9ice kissing another woman.
Another photo emerged wherein the singer stands naked!
After criticisms from fans and followers on the viral video and photo, the musician made a plea to his wife admitting he was a cheat and has failed again in his marriage.
The Gongo Aso crooner said he had made a terrible mistake and pleaded with Nigerians to help him beg his wife whom he married less than a year ago.
His marriage to Akala is his third
Currently, 9ice has five children with three different women. As at 2015, he was living with Olasunkanmi Ajala who is the mother of his fourth and now fifth children, Michelle and Myla.
Before then, 9ice was married to Toni Payne and their 2008 marriage produced a son named Zion.
Shortly after his marriage to ex-wife Toni Payne packed up in 2010, Gongo Aso crooner 9ice welcomed a set of twin daughters with another lady Victoria Olubukola Godis in 2011.