Check Out Chidinma”s Response To Questions About Having Feelings For Flavour


While fans are saying the dirty fight between Linda Ikeji and Star Boy, Wizkid might end up in a romantic relationship, Chidinma Ekile, the ‘Kedike’ singer seems to be enjoying her supposed “work relationship” with hot-bodied Flavour N’abania. Rumors have been flying left, right and center that the two singers are involved in some sort of love escapade. However, Chidinma has confirmed with her mouth about the status of her love for Flavour.

The petite singer was recently interviewed by Ehiz Okoeguale, winner of 2013 MTV Base VJ Search, on MTV Base’s “Real Talk.” She was taken by surprise when she was asked by a fan via Twitter “Do you have feelings for Mr. Flavour?” Her response was quite confusing, as she even confused the presenter who read out the question. However, it was quite suspicious as she just might have confirmed it in a stylish way.

Recall that the 2010 MTN Project Fame winner, who was signed to Capital Hill Records run by Clarence Peters, and Illbliss left her label to be with Flavours’s 2Nite Entertainment. Chidinma has been rumored to be having a romantic affair with Flavour and they have been sighted severally in situations that suggested they were dating.

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Aside a few musical collaboration between Chidinma and the founder of the later label, Flavour N’abania, they both have also shared an intimate kiss in a music video “Ololufe”, and has also kissed passionately on stage during a joint performance.

Her response to the question was a “NO” in low tone. She repeated it four times then said “YES” after a brief pause. Well, she knows better. Least she forgets, let’s remind the diva that Flavour is already a father of two kids from two different beauty queens, and as Miss Kedike, Chidinma is also a “queen” in some ways and is eligible to mother Flavour’s third child.

Chidinma was recently featured in Flavour’s song titled ‘Mama‘ which was released to celebrate mother’s day.  The song was done in their indigenous Igbo language and appeals to the emotions even for non-mothers, as the two “love birds” put their hearts into the song.



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