HERE IS SIMI’S 356~ WORDS EPISTLE TO ADEKUNLE GOLD, AND ADEKUNLE GOLD’S 66 WORDS EPISTLE TO SIMI ON THEIR 1ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY!

HERE IS SIMI’S 356~ WORDS EPISTLE TO ADEKUNLE GOLD, AND ADEKUNLE GOLD’S 66 WORDS EPISTLE TO SIMI ON THEIR 1ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY!

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popular husband and wife in the music industry~ Simi and Adekunle Gold are celebrating their one year anniversary of living together as couple.

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The couple really had tendersome things to say about each other; choi, omo I go love o!

While Simi took to her Instagram to render about 365 words epistle to her husband Adekunle, he also in thesame vein took to Instagram to render his epistle to her but with 66 words; omo see the difference!

(I no talk say im affect their loving, its just basically to show that women are more expressive than men anyday, anytime, anywhere, anyany #winks)

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I love my “Women”; when they are in love, they can go as far as writing a novel to prove to the guys how much they love them #Winks

But this couple love each other and I have a feeling that they are another celebrity couple like Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva; awon eleyi ma wa forever ni o (As in this couple would be together forever )

View Simi’s epistle to Adekunle Gold below

“You don’t understand what you mean to me. Olorun o ni je k’a rogun down (May God not let us suffer setback).” View more below..

View Adekunle’s epistle to Simi

“I am glad it is you I am doing this love something with.”

View more below…

Ogefash blog is wishing the couple more years together in abundant joy, peace, wealth, love and protection of God.

But wait o, before I drop this ink, did Simi just call Adekunle Gold “Moruf” in her epistle? Is Adekunle Gold a muslim? Ajuju

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