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Monday, September 02, 2019

Exclusive - Reality Stars Bambam And Teddy A Set To Wed This Weekend+ Invite Included.

BBNaija season 3 housemates Bambam and Teddy A are all set to wed..In Blush pink and royal blue colours!!






The expectant couple will have their Introduction and traditional engagement this weekend in Ilaro,Ogun state..


Insiders say a white wedding might hold later in the year in Mauritius...
All roads lead to Ogun state this weekend as they wed traditonally...

Congratulations to them!!!





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    1. So they won't have to make separate arrangements for children maybe?

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    2. Lmao. The only thing I saw. Children offend them????

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    3. Yaba left escapee2 September 2019 at 13:17

      I can swear its that pineapple head that included "No children"....

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    4. Lol@ children be offend them? Hahahahaha.

      Stella today na better pepper soup and ofe owerri day here o!

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    5. When I saw that I screamed "ghene me' this is new for me. Children not allowed in traditional marriage? This one weak me o.

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    6. Ayam not understanding, but na their choice.

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    7. Hahahahahaha may be children makes her throw up 😝

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    8. Even in the uk, some parties they indicate no children, that doesn’t mean kids offended them.. they might not have arrangements for kids

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    9. Lmao @ children offend them!

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    10. After all the paparazzi, so the invite is out. 😬😬😬.
      Any way, congrats.

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    11. 'Adults only' would have sounded nicer.

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    12. Exactly Adults only would have sounded better but its taking place in a village i dont know how many people during term time will start travelling there with kids

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    13. Nothing wrong with that. My invitation card did not include kids. There’s no space to seat for even adults, it’s now kids & nanny occupying space. Let’s not forget the rowdiness that comes with kids all over the place.

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    14. Nothing wrong with 'no children please' if you ask me. I went to an event recently with my three little cousins who are holidaying in our house and they occupied 3 good seats with all the goodies on the table meant for adults. In my mind I was like this is wrong and I was thinking if an adult wants one of the seats they would definitely have stood up. Nobody made provision for them. It's just wrong joor.

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  2. Congrats to them
    I wish them happy married life

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    1. Lmaoooo @ no children pls. Their choice anyways and should be respected!!
      Congrats #BamTeddy.

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    2. No be curse white no dey hold. Na so these celeb dey scam oo. Ik ogbonna nd d rest did same.

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    3. Sexy Hips - most times, white doesn't carry legal weight cos most churches in Nigeria are not licensed. You can do your traditional and get your pastor to attend and bless it, go registry quick = you're married in every way and Heaven has been called to witness.

      For me, registry was my main thing, my husband's main was trad. I've NEVER wanted a white wedding and man cannot drag me down the aisle especially as we're already married. I might wear an ivory dress for our vow renewal in a garden event for our anniversary later this year. My point is "white wedding" isn't a big deal.

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  3. Congratulations BemTeddy ❤ 😍 πŸ’• πŸ’ž πŸ’“

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  4. Wow
    Stella I carry Yansh for u ooo

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  5. Congratulations to Bamike and Tope
    I know Ilaro Ibese very well..May God bless your union
    Iphim,please let me know where your canopy will beπŸ˜‚

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    1. Prepare your stomach. I trust Iphie to prepare varities

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    2. Ilaro brings back of my service year. I served at Iboro and we used to go to Ilaro on bikes a 15 to 20 minutes ride. Ilaro to Ibese then you find your way to Port Novo then to Cotonou.

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  6. Hehehe
    The ogbonge blogger ti de oo
    Congratulations to the expectant couple☺

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    1. Stella had to inclue the IV incase they want to debunk it....

      Haq haq haq haq haq haq haq haq


      BV COOKIE

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  8. Stella you're the real deal.
    All I see is no children please. Haba bamike. That cartoon drawing is ugly by the way.

    This is my view, make yours and pass by abeg

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  9. Congratulations.
    No children kuma? For traditional engagement in the village? Ok.

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    1. Hahhahaha she get luck no be my village, na the whole village and naked kids go greet her for gate...

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    2. Lmao @anonymous 13.25

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    3. She doesn’t want the city ones to come cos she will compulsorily cater for the village ones that will hear the drums and wait for them at the gate. Na who you invite go see this ‘no children notice’. The uninvited kids ( the real owners of the venue) in the village no send this one oh.

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    4. Exactly Shyla. N.a. them be the real owners of the venue o.

      I was ready for my village children during my trad. And I already had a revelation seeing plenty naked, dirty but very happy children weeks b4. I had a separate caterer for them strictly to make children friendly foods and snacks and drinks. Adults began to envy them.

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  10. WOW!Major congratulations to our soon to be newest couple in town. I am extremely happy over this news. Teddy A is a man of his words. He promised to make Bambam proud and he did.

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    1. Lets see if that pride will extend to 5yrs.

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    2. In other words
      You are saying he did Bambam favor to marry her chaiiiiii what will women not see

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    3. Inside Biggie's house when the ladies were told to pick a male partner,all the females rejected him except Bambam. That was when he promised to pepper other ladies in the house with that promise I typed above.

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    4. So he married her to 'pepper' other ladies? How you guys think that marriage is a pepper unto other women is very funny. I'm never 'peppered' when anyone gets married, and I doubt that other BBN ladies even care. If anything I believe they are simply happy for them as well. And I'm not their fan but I doubt if that is Teddy's mindset at all. I didn't watch bbn but the females who rejected him were within their rights to do so. There's freedom of choice and association.

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    5. For selecting him in the house.
      So other young girls should select men that people reject so that they can marry

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    6. Chikito🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  11. Oshey baddest Stella. This is the real exclusive. Iwo ati oko eyin mejeji maa lo arayin gbo Stella. As e Dey hot na him you d y serve us.😜😜😜

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  12. Congrats to them. May their union stand the test of time

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  13. If they want to wed they should do so already enough of the noise! is this prince Harry and Megan markle's wedding? what so exclusive about a shot gun wedding.?

    Stella post my comment.

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    1. I pray you don't develop high bp cos of this two, kilode? Won fi se e ni?

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    2. Anon 13:10 Did a man jilt you? What's wrong with you, please? They want to wed, hence the IV we're seeing! Please, don't open posts concerning them before you have a heart attack where you are.

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  14. Like seriously....
    No children?!

    I wish them a successful day

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  15. What does Teddy do for a living pls?
    One of the problems in marriages is inability to cater for the family. Ok-o!

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    1. He is an entertainer- actor,musician,business man,brand influencer/ambassador for (Campari,Sapphire group, Kolakalagbo, Tiger beer) amongst other things. He has a recording studio for artistes etc and a lot of things in pipeline.Thanks for the concern, they will be fine

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    2. He is an entertainer- an actor, a musician, voice over actor, host, brand influencer( presently ambassador to Campari, Sapphire group, Kolaqalagbo, One-Africa Music and Tiger beer) a business man- He has a recording studio for artiste, a cleaning outfit, great plans yet to execute but surely will be. Thanks for the concern!

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  16. what do they mean by no children, what nonsense and what kind of yglh drawing is that, mtscheeew,

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    1. Shut up .. no kids means no kids.. they do it abroad too

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    2. When you do yours, invite children .
      Leave BamBam alone.

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    3. So if they do it abroad that makes it just fine, no further argument, abi? Some mindsets need work.

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  17. That no children please is very unnecessary,but what do I know?This our generation sha

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  18. Na so.

    Stella for president πŸ€—

    Congratulations to them.

    I'll bet my lunch that the "no children" clause will offend some folks.

    This is Nigeria πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  19. NO CHILDREN PLEASE! This warning needs to be stated on all invitees. Some guests abuse the privilege of being invited to parties by taking along their children even neighbors'. Those children will now occupy all the spaces prepared for invited guests. Some parents are unfeeling that you dare not ask their children to vacate a seat for adult guest!

    It is the belief of some people that anyone hosting a party has money to throw around.

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    1. l agree. No Children. Children can distract, noisy and unruly. Even the best behaved children have their moment of madnrss. Not to talk of inconsiderate mothers bringing four childre, two maids and a frend and her own troop. Na dem dey first reach reception. Invited guests will not see where to seat. No children means NO CHILDREN!

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  20. Well done Stella.

    Congrats to them.

    No children? Na wa o.

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  21. Iphie D, where is our aso-ebi and your canopy o?

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  22. I like that "no children" clause, exactly how I planned on doing mine, strictly 18 and above. They should stay at home and watch cartoons

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  23. Congratulations to them. Didn't watch them in the BBNaija house but was attracted to them based on the love the public had for them after they left the house. At a stage, i thought they were the winners.

    However, I find the "No children please" somehow for any couple to put on their IV. God forbid you put the clause in your wedding invite and yes after wedding, you are TTC, world people would remind you of the clause. (God forbid!)

    They should have put "strictly by invitation" instead and let the Invitees know by the number of Access Cards they are given.

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    1. Oyibo people do that in the U.K. and they don’t ttc.. no kids doesn’t mean they hate kids ! They just didn’t make provisions for kids in the party! Simple

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    2. When i hear comments like.... But Oyibo or Whites Or Americans do it it annoys me ...So that is the standard by which things are accepted EVEN down in Ilaro???....

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    3. shut up joo, oyibos will do una no go complain but we do it here cos of the reality of what we see una go dey bat una fake eyelashes upandan. no children simple

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    4. That's exactly the point I made up there before I scrolled down and saw ur post, 18:47. Ppl need work on their mentality.

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  24. Congratulations to them. Didn't watch them in the BBNaija house but was attracted to them based on the love the public had for them after they left the house. At a stage, i thought they were the winners.

    However, I find the "No children please" somehow for any couple to put on their IV. God forbid you put the clause in your wedding invite and yes after wedding, you are TTC, world people would remind you of the clause. (God forbid!)

    They should have put "strictly by invitation" instead and let the Invitees know by the number of Access Cards they are given.

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  25. Stellz Stellz!! Mama ooh! πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ
    Na boss you be. Even their invite included. πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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  26. 10 gbosa for Stelladimokokorkus

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  27. No children.. Teddy A doesn't want his son to witness his wedding or his son don't count?

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    1. His son is in the United States

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    2. Why not call him on phone and ask him? Hmmm

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    1. Sorry for ur wretched life idiot

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  29. jesu like seriously you don't want children to come and wish you goodluck, is alright. congratulations to you both.

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    1. Your mentality is low, abroad people state no kids ! They don’t have provisions for kids, which one is they don’t want kids to wish them blabla.. I have been to weddings like that too

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    2. bia anon you keep saying "abroad people" ...shey because abroad people do am that go mean sey make dem do am too?

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    3. just say it's their choice and not because "abroad people" do it.

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    4. What’s with abroad, it’s getting annoying.

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    5. Abroad this, Abroad that. Just because it's done abroad doesn't make it automatically right!Mtchewww

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    6. To think that its the person mimicking 'abroad ppl' that's pointing out low mentality. LOL!

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  30. I used to think these Nigerian colour chart was a fad, for real it has come to stay....."blush pink"
    I like Bambam ways, she is not that type of girl that sings along her life happenings.
    Congratulations to them.
    Eyin iyawo komo eni rara, because she don get belle already best move.

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  31. Couples are within their right to add No Children to their invites. However, remember that many people whom you love and admire may not be able to attend your wedding because they don’t have a babysitter for their kids. If you include No Children on your invitation, be ready to accept some people being unable to come to your wedding

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  32. Talk wey dem say elder no go here, last last nah the same elder go settle am.

    Stella, you are the presido of blogging.

    Kudos. Congrats to the couple.

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  33. They are both losers followed by losers.

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    1. Yourbp go soon turn to stroke. Oponu

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  34. Great decision about the no children thing. Children are most very disruptive at events.

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  35. Congratulations to them

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    1. Where you keep dem when you go to work.
      Haq haq haq haq haq haq

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  37. Children are not the problem, its their unwillingness to cater and arrange for them that i shudder at, a wedding should be a community occasion witnessed by all and sundry, when we begin to see kids as interruptions to our well being i know we are in trouble.Those kids are not d problem, its our unwillingness to accommodate them that is!

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  38. Our Saviour said,'LET THE LITTLE CHILDREN COME TO ME...' Children are a blessing in many ways. Learn to incorporate them.

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