Nigeria: Is 2face and Annie Idibia's Marriage in Trouble?

2face and Annie Idibia
11 February 2019

It seems all is not well in paradise.

One of Nigeria's finest couples 2face (real name: Innocent Ujah Idibia) and his wife, Annie Idibia may be having marriage troubles and this is all pointing to his public apology.

In the early hours of a Monday morning, 2baba decided to use his social media platform to apologise to his wife of seven years.

He wrote:

I’m sorry to say that I have f*cked up so much. I have f*cked up as a role model as a father and as a husband. Annie im sorry. I know u tried your best.”

Meanwhile, fans have started speculating:

2face tell us !!! We need to know how to beg Annie for you ! Stay strong sir ... ..

Still waiting on the response

-- Layomi (@ormowhomi) February 11, 2019

Is someone hacking 2face's account?

-- Sugar (@king_bukoola) February 11, 2019

2face may actually be going through something serious. Una don dey write epistles about cheating. Smh

-- The GodKing (@BATTLETIDE) February 11, 2019

Don't get worked up over nothing. 2face is about to release a song for Valentine.

-- Davidson™ (@Dahveydson) February 11, 2019

2face and Annie started dating when she was 15. Their relationship has, however, faced turbulent times. 2face during his on and off relationship got two women pregnant. In 2012, they decided to get married in Dubai, a love story that was celebrated by fans in Africa.

Annie has two children for 2face while he has five from the other women.

His video African Queen which saw Annie make appearances is the first video to be aired on MTV Base Africa.

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