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Chidinma sparks rumours, deletes all photos on her Instagram page except those taken with Flavour



Chidinma sparks rumours, deletes all photos on her Instagram page except those taken with Flavour

Ex-Project Fame winner Chidinma Ekile has sent the rumour mill spinning again after she deleted all her Instagram photos except for 21 photos and videos she took with father of two, Flavour.

The incident has now provided rumour mongers with more speculation to chew on about the relationship between both artists which first became public knowledge when the video and behind-the-scene cuts of Flavour’s track titled ‘Ololufe’ hit the airwaves.

The father of two daughters from two ex-beauty queens has also shown in the past that he really likes and spares noting at showing public affection for Chidinma, and one scenario that really got many talking was the Phynofest event which was staged in Onitsha last December, 2015.

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The pair who were guest performers at the event sent tongues wagging when they both capped their performance with a deep kiss on stage.

According to reports, Flavour had to bend over to kiss Chidinma who is several inches shorter than him at the music concert to the bewilderment of the watching crowd.

Feelers also reveal that Flavour’s history of public display of affection with Chidinma and his body language whenever he is around the powerful songstress only goes to show that she may be the one who really tickles his fancy and may after all end up as Mrs. Okoli.

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By Ahmed Boulor…

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