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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Annie Idibia Pours Encomium On Husband, 2baba

Many Nigerian Artistes took to their social media handles to share photos and videos of their performances from the just concluded One African Fest which held last weekend in London.

2baba who is known for his humility did not share his performance but his wife took to her IG page today to pour him encomiums on him....




51 comments:

  1. How sweet.

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    1. Tuface no sabi do all those kind posting...na im make.

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  2. Mtchewww go and sit ur arse down,didn't u just hyped him? Africa kor australia ni

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  3. I love tubaba, his humility is off the hook. I like the Way Annie loves and supports him however, Annie needs to work on here spellings. She almost always misses it. (eg, her Dubai is always dubia etc). Nice one tho

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    1. Charity begins at home. Start by correcting yours. ''Here''.

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    2. Lol...nd karma had to bite you in the ass...for you to type "here"😁😁😁😁😁

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    3. "here spelling?"
      Don't you see you are the one to work on "her spelling?"

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    4. Work on 'here' spellings you say?
      You should work on your crazy ass spellings too.
      Nonsense!! And no, I'm not Annie.

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    5. Oh shit! @same girl 😂😂 what does this sh*t always happen?!! The ONLY day I decided to address spelling mistakes I typed in 'there' instead of 'their'. 😂😂 That day I knew there was a gbagaun demon on SM/blogosphere. If you try to attack it, it messes up your comment in that same paragraph.

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    6. May you are just realising but don't try this on SDK blog again. Lol

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    7. A typical example of not removing the spec in ur eyes and wanting to remove the plank from another's. What a WAWU!

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    8. Are you a Ghanaian?

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  4. Correct! I just like him, dunno why.

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  5. That's lovely. Keep shining Tubaba

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  6. Davido, come and learn humility from 2baba

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  7. Tubaba dey hereeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  8. replying @same girl, You should also check your spellings, its "her" not "here". You see how easy it is to pick people's fault when You also doing same?.
    Anie idibia, may God continue to bless and sustain your home.

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  9. Awwwwww, 2baba is a legend.

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  10. A www www love me some 2baba any day,any time!

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  11. Let someone else praise you, and not your own mouth; an outsider, and not your own lips. Proverbs 27:2

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  12. Yes he is a living legend. His humility is worthy of emulation.
    My forever crush. Damn i so much love this man.










    *hangs leg on the wall*

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  13. Annie don't u get tired of praising dis ur husband. kuku build a shrine for him where u go always go worship am as we dey go church go worship God.

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    1. Build a shrine ke 😂

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    2. Build a shrine lol😂😂😂😂...u get bad mouth

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  14. Oh, how I love Tubaba. The only musician still waxing strong.

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  15. Yes we love tubaba but Annie worship tubaba like her god.wonder what could have become of her if tubaba didn't marry her.

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    1. Aaah we for don her burial since!

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  16. Annie's greatest achievement in life is being married to Tu face..and Nigerians being obsessed with marriage don't see anything wrong with that..d last thing a person like chimamda Ngozi Adichie will Eva mention in public is a hubby,some pple may not even know she is married sef cos her achievements as a woman always speaks for her..sadly but true,Nigerian women are myopic.. As for those of u that will come for me cos of what I have just said,don't even bother,I am a happily married woman..marriage shldnt be viewed as an achievement

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    1. Sound it let them hear!

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    2. Everyone must not be like Chimamanda.
      I have been married for 17mths but never publicly celebrate my husband. I love him so much, but I don't think he's my biggest achievement.
      Nigerians need to stop teaching people how to live their lives, let her build a shrine and worship her husband if she so desires, we can't all be thesame.

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    3. Lol. Dear, you have to understand that everyone's personality, mentality and perception of a thing is all different. While it is true that African women are obsessed with marriage, still doesn't make them myopic because marriage as a whole is valued in Africa. Chimamanda has lived in the states for (if am not mistaken) up to 10 years and more than, I tell you that there are factors that changed her mentality about marriage and men, that's why she can boldly fight for equal right for men and women meanwhile I bet you, you won't see an African woman who has not stepped out of the boundaries of African fighting for feminism all because there is a background which they come from and they understand that these set of people values the institution of marriage, men and children. And moreover, Chimamada is more of a career woman than of homely. Don't blame African women for valuing their men but biblically, it is meant to be like that...a woman is supposed to be under a man, and the man under Christ. Meanwhile, Marriage is not an achievement but family is all.

      Hehehe, don't say Nigerian women are myopic biko, I am proudly a Nigerian Lady and I am not myopic...tanchu

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    4. Thank you..
      Judges everywhere,trying to make everyone fit into their own definition of what's right..

      If it's her choice to worship her husband.. Let her be..

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    5. Anonymous 19:30, sweetie, I respect your opinion but don't you think you are the one being myopic? It appears you are shortsighted and not open minded on this issue. You are analysing it from a particular angle as against other angles.

      Saying marriage shouldn't be viewed as an achievement, is relative and not absolute. It's left for each lady to decide what she considers her achievements are. One of the best female cardiothoracic surgeons in America, who has more degrees than a thermometer, said her GREATEST achievement is being a wife and a mother. Curious, isn't it? But that's how she genuinely feels.

      Of course, there are also ladies, such as yourself, who believe marriage isn't an achievement and ladies should endeavour to break the glass ceilings and excel in other aspects of their lives. But can we really classify your argument as the more superior one? Shouldn't each individual be the right person to determine what each considers an achievement?

      Marriage is not for everyone but, trust me, if you are blessed to be married to the love of your life who loves you right back and makes you feel like the luckiest gal in the world, your marriage will seem like one of your greatest achievements, especially with the feverishly high percentage of divorce nowadays. Like the phenomenal Socrates said "by all means, marry. If you get a good wife, you'll become happy. If you get a bad one, you'll become a philosopher." In the same vain, marrying a good man can make a grown woman gush about their love and flaunt him. You may think Tuface isn't a good man based on his reputation but he happens to be Annie's dream guy.

      Live and let live, my love. Feel free to judge people by your standards but, please, don't be to quick to criticise their choices. So you don't flaunt your marriage? Good for you. So you admire Chimamanda for keeping mum about her marriage? Excellent! However, neither she nor you ‎are the yardstick in measuring the recommended mentality of the average Nigerian woman when it comes to marriage. To each, her own. 
      #e-bearhugs.‎

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    6. Annie is a dull wife who have nothing to her name than dancing to tuface....no wonder someone called her ugly....she is a lazy woman who want to stick to a man for fame....she once had a boutique she couldn't run it successfully and closed it down.now she had a hair line shop which none of her friends even patronise because she istoo lazy to struggle and get new stuffs .she only want to go out and drink and monitor her horseband who has worked hard to be where he is today....but trust her to be on his ig 24/7 . remember the other women has boys for him and you dont

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    7. @anon 1:40 may God give u brain and pls am not annie if u think who told u her friends don't patronize her. u come under blog to say rubbish if one business don't work for u won't u try another one and beside her hair is selling she even has her own lashes product so what are u saying d other women has boys does it mean tuface wouldn't give her share and beside I hardly see her on IG dis days. And u gossiping on a blog .

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  17. How I love Annie and 2face

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  18. Anonymous 19:30, just so you know, he who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour from the lord. Annie is the one that came with the favour yo! Let it sink. Plus you want to tell her how to treat her husband abi? Get lost already. From this your comment, we can tell how happily married you are. Btwn, I am not married. Oniranu omo.

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  19. This one will not let us hear word. My husband this and that. Kukuma eat him na. Rubbish. Father of all nation. Shameless woman.

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  20. @Same Girl...just when you bend down to peep into a Crab hole, you forget you've equally exposed your own anus for others to see. It's 'Her' and not "here".

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  21. London show abi New York show stella?

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  22. a King is a King, #respect 2baba

    Hey guys, I saw this video online, somewhere in the North where some guys were raping a girl and everyone was watching click here to watch the video lets make this viral till the government intervene

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  23. @ Ronalda...well said!!! I wish could like ur comment a million times...achievement is relative indeed...some pple are career oriented while some are family oriented, some are money oriented while status oriented...pple have different callings in life...what is important is being excellent in ur own calling...my friend feels fulfilled with her bank balance in 7 figures and gets sad when it drops to 6 figures cos growing up there was never enough money...so today she is money-centred.

    To each his own...don't talk down Annie cos she doesn't reason like Chimamanda...to each her own...u are not close to know if the Chimamanda is truly happy and feels fulfilled...there could just be a vacuum in her that haunts her n makes her miserable...never judge people superficially.

    BTW, 2Baba is modesty personified...and he has my respect for that...he is really a nice guy but of course no one is perfect. I love the way Annie celebrates him, he is her hero for God's sake, let her be! if u see no reason to celebrate ur husband, no wahala, don't berate some one who does...nothing in life is absolute...relativity theory still holds sway!!!

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    1. What exactly do you mean by some people are career oriented while others are family oriented?

      There are career forward thinking woman who value their family as much as they value their career. The reason they break grounds at work is to support their family and make sure they are comfortable.

      We need to stop classifying women. Most women who work are married too.

      Just because you are a house wife does not make you family oriented, you could be home all day and absolutely hate it. Just because you don't flaunt your husband, it doesn't make you career oriented.

      We tend to make career women out as feminist who don't support anything family where as they are the ones putting in time at work to support their family at home.

      Let women breathe. Flaunt your husband please. Flaunt your job. Flaunt your intelligence. Flaunt the fact that you are a housewife (it's not an easy job too) , flaunt your single life. Do you as much as you want.

      KING XOXO MYSTERY

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  24. What is wrong with a woman celebrating her husband bikonu,there are so many frustrated Aunty Gwegs on this blog.They look for every opportunity to criticise anybody who celebrates the marriage institution.

    Marriage is a beautiful institution,thought it has it challenges,the good side of it far outweighs the negative side.

    Most of this bitter ladies on this blog should focus on making themselves marriageable,being a good wife and mother.

    Anne has not done anything wrong in celebrating her husband.
    All the Angry women wey full this blog should get a life abeg

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    1. God bless u o if na me I go over praise am self If he dey pinch for body na u sabi.

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