There are emerging messy details about Emmanuella Ropo newest wife of Fuji music maestro K1 De Ultimate, ENigeria Newspaper reports.
According to ENigeria Newspaper sources, Emmanuella Ropo, the proprietor of Party Dreams, a clothing brand that specializes in children’s clothes, gifts, children’s party supplies, and general event organizing, charmed K1 De Ultimate with her beauty, which he couldn’t resist.
However, when some close friends revealed some ugly details about the light-skinned lady in her late 40s, they referred to her as a betrayer since she supposedly flung herself into the arms of the Fuji Musician, betraying her friendship with Titi Masha.
Masha, the Fuji music singer’s wife, is reported to have had a friendly contact with Emmanuella Ropo and introduced her to him, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Mutual acquaintances of Titi and Emmanuella have rushed to social media to call her out, using the harshest of adjectives to describe her.
Some even said she had four children with four different men, and that she was simply pursuing K1’s money and fame, which she planned to use to expand her business.
In a leaked audio obtained by ENigeria Newspaper, an Instagram user slut shamed Emmanuella accusing her of hoping from one bed to another.
On the flip side, Wasiu Ayinde – K1’s list of women is so long that it’s easy to lose track, but recent checks revealed that he has 38 children from various women, according to ENigeria Newspaper sources.
K1 De Ultimate, widely known as the King of Fuji Music, is 64 years old. When he was eight years old, he became interested in music.
His parents were initially against him, but he persisted, and by the age of 15, he had won several local musical competitions.
From 1975 to 1978, he was a member of Ayinde Barrister’s band, the Supreme Fuji Commanders, after previously working as an instrument packer for him.
After asking permission and blessing from his master, Ayinde Barrister, he also accepted the name Ayinde into his name.
In 1980, he launched his first album, Iba, which included the remarkable track “Abode Mecca,” and in 1984, he released his most successful album, Talazo ’84.
He has numerous titles and music prizes to his credit.