Kwam1 and his wife, Emmanuella Rope, reacting to rumors of a marital crisis adds a personal dimension to their public image. It showcases the impact of speculation on celebrities’ personal lives and the need for public figures to address such rumors to maintain clarity and transparency.


Gossipinfo reported that the Fuji singer hinted at a marital crisis after he failed to publicly celebrate his wife on her birthday on January 1st, 2024. This was unlike the Fuji singer and this led many to speculate that the couple had broken up.

Goldmyne TV, in a statement on its Instagram page on behalf of the couple, debunked the rumors as sources close to the couple stated that there is no trouble in paradise for them.

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According to the blog, it was a deliberate decision by the lovebirds to avoid celebrating his wife in public as they are strategically maintaining a low profile.

The statement added that the couple is planning to surprise the public with the unveiling of a gigantic multimillion naira business, valued at over N700m, situated on Allen Avenue, Ikeja.

The business is alleged to be a gift from Kwam1 to his wife and it signifies their joint commitment to success and mutual endeavors rather than any marital crisis.

Kwam1 also took to his Instagram page to shut down the report, noting how some ‘lazy minded’ people were gathering unfounded stories just to trend using his name.

The statement didn’t sit well with many who believed the couple were trying to do damage control.

One Muse Ndiku wrote, “Iro lo ma pa yin. Shey Emmanuella no tap the CCTV or Baba no dey carry woman come house? Or Baba no sack some of his staff thinking nah them they give Ropo updates? Ara yin le n tan ki senawa online in-laws. Ire o

One Motiqueen wrote, “Iro lol ma tu ifun yin jade, just watch. This damage control smells so bad

One Rinoch Cakes wrote, “Damage control, dem don settle. It’s normal but pe e no happen na lie

One Nne2boys wrote, “You mean aunty paid for this advert to pepper who? It will reach everyone, no need for long talk

One Beccahs Jewelries wrote, “So they paid for an ad to debunk to people who don’t even care? People they don’t know

One Tosan Wumi Farms Ng wrote, “All I know is, I’m not impressed with the randyness. How many marriages? Grandchildren go dey do page boy and add flower girl. How many times??”.