18 February 2013

Nigeria: Goldie Made Video With Husband Before Death

A condolence message to Friends and Family of Susan "Goldie" Harvey from Darey and the entire cast and crew of the Love Like A Movie Project. ( Resource: R.I.P. Goldie

More shocking and surprising evidence continue to surface online, days after the untimely passage of Nigerian Pop Star, Goldie.

One of such is the appearance of a video that sees the late singer and alleged husband, Andrew Harvey, singing with and for each other.

Additional information about the clip which was recorded 8 months ago, prior to Goldie's entrant into the Big Brother House, shows that the clip was designed to promote her entrant into the reality show, even though no one had an inkling of its existence.

While the origin, source or individual(s) making the video public is still unknown, it is a pointer to the fact that the Ekiti State born singer, may indeed have been married what with the appearance of a certain Ifeoma Harvey, who claims that Harvey was originally married to her before Goldie came into the picture.

Also, the fact that she spent Christmas with Harvey (she shared photographs of her vacationing in Malaysia in December without a husband in the picture on Twitter) in far away Malaysia where he is based in December and bore his name till death leaves little or nothing to the imagination.

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