Developing story has indicated Solaye Jeremi, the baby daddy to Nigeria’s popular blogger; Linda Ikeji’s baby has found perfect love in Owen Aisien’s ex-wife, Elizabeth Elohor.
According to a report by Societynow.ng, Elizabeth is identified as the current love of the life of Solaye and the oil baron is said to be doting beyond measures on the divorced mother of two.
Sources had confirmed that Elizabeth Elohor the former wife of club owner Owen Aisien is disclosed as the one reaping from the bliss that comes with the attention of Solaye while Linda keeps smarting from the loss of affection from her baby daddy, Jeremi
News of the collapsed of the marriage between Elohor and Aisien broke in 2015, and three years later the Beth Model Boss is at the centre of a “perfect love” drama.
Insiders disclosed Solaye is so besotted with Elohor that he is doing all humanly possible to make her his forever – love.
|And this is including turning his face away from Linda Ikeji and the baby she confirmed she had for him” societynow.ng learned.
Newsheadline247 understands that the famous blogger’s revelation devastated Elohor and threatened her relationship with Solaye.
“A related incident left to the collapse of her marriage to Owen” societynow.ng gathered.
The investigation conducted by societynow.ng revealed Solaye is trying to prove to Elohor he is different from her former husband by keeping his distance from Ikeji and her baby while devoting attention to the Beth Model boss.
“Solaye went as far as denying congratulating Ikeji to prove himself to Elohor” societynow.ng gathered.
Elohor, according to Information monitored on kemiashefonlovehaven.com is said to be currently out of the country.
Sources claim one of the major reason for the trip is to avoid the discomforting drama of Solaye’s drama with Ikeji.
There are emerging talks that Elohor is already in the family way, with Solaye fingered as responsible.
Multiple sources claim one of the reasons Solaye is deeply besotted with Elohor is that unlike Linda, she shares his aversion for “the glare for public life”.