Actress Nkechi Blessing has met the Ooni of Ife Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi weeks after joking about becoming his next wife.
The actress who was invited to the palace by one of the Oba’s wives, Olori Aderonke Ademiluyi Ogunwusi, as one of the judges of Queen Moremi pageantry posted photos and videos from her visit on Instagram on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Captioning the photo she posted on Monday, she wrote: “It’s been a long day auditioning beautiful Queens for the next Queen Moremi Ajasoro @qmainternational Dec 3rd is the grand finale and I cannot wait to witness this year’s Edition Olori Ibukunoluwa signing out.”
Captioning the photos she took with the Ooni, the actress added: “Ever met a jovial king? Well this picture says it all. I have never laughed this hard in a long time…Thank you soo much for the warm reception his Imperial majesty Ooni Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi ojaja (11) @ooniadimulaife God bless your existence Kabiesi.”
Nkechi who also met Olori Aderonke wrote: “It was an honor to be invited to the palace by her Royal majesty Olori Aderonke Ademiluyi Ogunwusi as one of the judges for @qmainternational indeed we be doing soo much good in the eyes of strangers.
“I do not take this opportunity and privilege for granted ma. When I got that call, I tot the king was going to put me in prison but one mind told me NBS Go on that trip you might be wrong.
“Now it doesn’t matter what name you call me, Olosho, ashawo, dirty, razz, uncouth In fact I have been called diff names on this app,but I did nothing but focus! Cus really those who say you do too much, will D*E to have your space, once you slow down they will take your place without flinching. I Nkechi Blessing Sunday Remain UNSTOPPABLE You all brought me this far all in d name of trolling and negative comments Please don’t STOP.”
Last month, the 33-year-old shared a photo of herself and the Ooni at an event on Instagram on Saturday, saying she is patiently waiting to be his next wife.
“Ooni of Ife, I am patiently waiting for my turn. Thank you in advance sir,” Nkechi Blessing wrote.