People Who Became Celebrities By Dating Superstars
When you have a famous significant other, you don't need much hardwork to become a star, you are illuminated by their spotlight. These are some Nigerian celebrities who are now household names not because Of their skills, but for dating superstars.
Chioma Avril Rowland
Who would ever forget
how a Nigerian undergraduate whose passion is to cook
delicious meals transformed into a celebrity?
When stories of personalities and events that shaped
2018 will be written, Chioma Avril Rowland’s name will
crop up.She was that young girl who became an instant
brand when famous Nigerian singer, songwriter and record
producer, David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly known as
Davido broke the internet with a birthday gift of a
Porsche car worth about N45million. A song tagged
‘Assurance’was also released by the ‘Dami Duro’ crooner
to celebrate her 23rd birthday.
Dakolo, wife of talented musician Timi Dakolo used to be
a staff of Zenith Bank. Then she walked down the aisle
with winner of the inaugural season of Idols West Africa
in 2012 .
Lola Omotayo Okoye
Omotayo Okoye was just an ordinary staff of FK:G2
Nigeria, a branding, advertisement, communications
company before she met Peter Okoye, the other half of
now defunct multiple award-winning R&B group- P-Square.
The only thing noticeable about her was her beauty queen
good looks. Then she started a relationship with the
Wokie-Wokie hit-maker who is now known as Mr P, and
became the proverbial goldfish with no hiding place.
After dating for several years, her fame was finally
cemented when they tied the knot in November 2013. Since
then, Lola Omotayo Okoye has had a pride of place among
Cynthia Obi-Uchendu did not earn her popularity by being the daughter of Chief Vincent Amaechi Obiano, owner of the Young Shall Grow Motors, the mother company with many subsidiaries spanning from hospitality to real estate, oil & gas, dredging & quarry, and transportation, her celebrity status is derived from being married to famous TV personality and fashion icon, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.
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