The Kid content creator, Emmanuella has reacts to the yet to be verified rumors of Ned Nwoko receiving marriage list from her parents.
Child comediene cum actress, Emmanuella of the Mark Angel Comedy, has dispelled rumours about the husband of Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, Ned Nwoko’s plan to pay her bride price.
Though there’s yet to be verified rumours circulating about on social media, that claims the comedian come actress is set to put hands in marriage with Ned Nwoko immediately if after there’s concrete conclusions in such regards.
The content creator who has grown to become one of the top entertainers in the country made the clarification on her official Facebook page, that such information is a rumour and hence shouldn’t be taken serious.
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The talented actress denied any claims which had reported Ned Nwoko receiving marriage lists from her parents.
This, Emmanuella had shared a post on Facebook and a curious fan asked her about her supposed marriage plans.
The fan who seems to have heard about the rumours advised her about not destroying her future, Emmanuella responded by stating that the news is fake.
Meanwhile, Ned Nwoko, the husband of Regina Daniels, the Nollywood actress, has also dismissed the rumours that he wants to marry Emmanuella, the teenage comedian.
There have been unverified reports that the businessman and politician visited the online comedian’s parents with the intention to pay her bride price.
A curious fan had taken to the comment section of Nwoko’s Instagram post to inquire if the rumours were true.
“I hear say you won marry Emmanuelle is it true or false?” the user asked in pidgin English.
“I already have beautiful wives,” Nwoko replied.
When another user placed a similar question across to the politician, he simply tagged it as “fake news.”