Adekunle Gold and Simi, a famous couple, have joined the group of people who go above and beyond to publicly display their love through body art.
In the most recent development, Adekunle Gold shared a video of his hand and that of his wife while displaying the tattoo on Instagram stories.
Simi’s tattoo includes the written words “this flower bloomed in April” and a small flowery drawing next to it, while the “High” singer holds a drawing of a flower in his hand.
On January 9, 2019, Adekunle Gold and Simi celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary. Adejare Kosoko, their two-year-old daughter, is a blessing.
On their ring fingers, Chioma and Davido got tattoos of each other’s names.
Musicians Davido and Chioma, who have been leading quiet lives, have defined the genuine meaning of love by setting up another couples goal on Friday, January 13.
The pair could be seen getting their names tattooed on each other’s ring fingers in a video that went viral on social media. This comes after the singer completely covered Chioma’s wedding costs.
Ubi Franklin honors Ifeanyi Adeleke by getting his first tattoo.
According to Afropast, Ubi Franklin received his first tattoo in memory of Ifeanyi Adeleke, the late son of music icon Davido.
The music executive took to his Instagram stories to share a picture of the tattoo with Ifeanyi Adeleke’s nickname ‘Popsicles’, and a dove bird which signifies ‘Rest in Peace’. Sharing it, he indicated Ifeanyi’s death date.
afropast reported three months ago that three-year-old Ifeanyi Adeleke died on 31st October 2022 after he drowned at his father’s residence at Banana Island, Lagos State.
The passing of the young champ sent the country into a shock wave as many prayed for the news to be false.
Consequently, Ifeanyi’s death halted his father’s musical plans. However, it fast-tracked the conjugal bliss between Davido and Chioma following the burial rites to be conducted on their son.