Singer 9ice Savours Fatherhood With Michelle (Photos)


With Gongo
aso crooner, Abolore Akande, fatherhood is an exciting experience. He stops at
nothing to make his daughter, Michelle feel loved and adored. 

The rap artiste,
who is also the Special Adviser to the Oyo State Governor Abiola Ajimobi on
Youths, is married to Olasunkanmi Ajala.

 He dotes on wife and daughter who they
fondly call Mich Mich. In some of his wife’s IG posts, there are videos of the artiste singing to his daughter. Some videos had him playing with her (Michelle) in bed as they are waking up, and  many more. 

Definitely everyone deserves happiness and obviously 9ice has found it

 The singer/songwriter was previously married
to publicist Toni Payne and the marriage crashed irretrievably three years
later.

Michelle
is 9ice’s fourth child— one from Toni, a set of twins from Victoria Godis.

Pretty Mummy
Michy (Sunkanmi) had her birthday a few weeks ago and could not resist having a
family photo shoot with her husband and daughter.

An event
planner, it’s obvious 9ice has found his missing rib in her.

Little
wonder in an interview with City People two years ago, 9ice said, “I have my peace
of mind. Ti n ba mu gari nisi yi, gaari
yen moju mi dan, ti nba so fun yin pe garri ni mo mu, mo wa okay, afi tin ba bi
abi tin ba po ni everybody ma mo pe garri ni bobo yii mu
. (If I drink Garri
now, I am at peace with myself and the Garri will make me look healthy. If I
don’t tell you that I drank Garri, you wouldn’t know except I vomit and you see
my vomit)

But kin je salad constantly,
tin baa ru ke’egun , ee ti mope aah, bobo yi o gbadun life e, e woo bo se ru.
Beeni, te ba ti ri, ee ti mope aah, bobo yii o wa ok; pelu gbogbo owo to ni.
Se, kole jeun to da ni
? (But if I eat salad constantly and I am not happy
in my heart


you will notice and you will blame me by saying, ‘oh, this guy is
rich yet he is looking sick, does it mean he cannot enjoy his money again?)’ 
So, emi gigun, Alafia ati ifokan
bale ni eyan le fi lo ile aiye, kii se oye owo ta’a kojo.
(It is peace and
joy that can give you a quality
living not the amount of money you have in your account) ….

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