30 January 2013

Nigeria: 'Charly Boy Brand Tormented Our Lives' - Charles Oputa

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Charles Oputa.

Charles Oputa aka Charly boy in a birthday letter of tribute to his wife Lady D who turned a year older on Tuesday admitted that the Charly Boy brand had been a torment to their lives.

He thanked his wife for sticking by his side.

"With all the mysteries, the enigma and the eccentric persona of the Charlyboy brand that has so tormented our lives; you are unswervingly glued to Mr. Oputa. You have never mixed up the two. You know your husband and your husband knows you."

Charles reportedly has declared a week public holiday both at home and work to honor his beautiful wife.

His moving letter finished...

"There is no gainsaying that you are the most beautiful woman on earth. With just you, I evolved from nothing to something. With you, I simply grew my worth. In my next world, it's Diane Oputa. You have not stopped showing me the amazing side of you.

Each day is a manifestation of another amazing and estimable you. Even as your beauty continues to radiate, so your sensitivity. It's hard to express all that burns inside of me.

They are inexplicably enormous. The world is beautiful today, because you have been created to join me in this journey through life. I owe you just one single honour on a day like this. Just to say thanks for always being my baby-girl.

Have a super awesome day today!

Happy birthday LOVE...

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