“Ex-wife paid all his bills, this new marriage will not last”– Trap Selena Claims
An Instagram user, Trap Selena has revealed Blossom Chukwujekwu’s second marriage will not last.
According to GISTLOVER, Selena gave her reasons hours after actor Blossom Chukwujekwu announced his marriage to Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s niece, Winifred Akhuemokhan.Information Guide Nigeria
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Reacting to pictures from the traditional marriage which took place in Benin, Edo state, Trap Selena shared some posts on her instatories, saying that Blossom Chukwu’s new marriage will also crash and that when his ex, Maureen Esisi is ready to talk, she will reveal how she shouldered his bills and ‘carried him on her back’.
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