Seems all is not well with celebrity couple and Tinsel stars, Gbenro Ajibade and Osas Ighodaro’s marriage.
Today is Osas’s birthday and Gbenro is yet to send her a happy birthday message on Instagram, unlike in previous years. In fact, he blocked the comment section on his latest Instagram post he made two days ago.
The lovely couple who have a 2-year-old daughter might be going through a rough patch in their marriage currently.Gbenro has been in Atlanta Georgia since March this year, while Osas is still in Nigeria. Their 3rd wedding anniversary in July this year wasn’t acknowledged by either of them on social media, unlike before.
Gbenro is no longer following Osas on Instagram, although Osas is still following him, and still has his name on her Instagram page. The couple have deleted ‘all’ photos of each other on Instagram, especially Gbenro.
One of Gbenro’s IG follower commented today;“Hope it’s not what am thinking ooo.Why didn’t you wish your wife a happy birthday and why did you disable comments on your recent picture..it had better not be!!”
Recall that in the early stage of their marriage, Gbenro was called out by social media users, saying he married Osas who is a US citizen for the green card.
Well, Gbenro denied this in an interview with Punch last year saying he never wanted to get married let alone be the husband of a beauty queen.
“Right now, I have a bone to crack with her family because they think I am intentionally refusing to do my green card. I have not done it even now. It is funny how people think. “I and Osas had been legally married in a court in the US two years even before the public knew we were going out. If I had wanted green card, I would have done it since but I felt it would be a distraction. I didn’t marry her because of that.” he said.
They are such a lovely couple and we hope this is not another celebrity marriage heading for a divorce.
The coupled got married in an exquisite white wedding at Christ The King Church, Bronx in New York on July 4, 2015, a week after their traditional marriage rites in Benin.