The social media is roaring with reactions as Queen Badirat was noticed to be missing from the Alaafin’s royal family photo. In celebration of Eid Mubarak, wives of the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi posed with him in a family shoot for his marriage.
Controversial blogger, Gist lover blog once again comes with her troll as she claimed her revelation of Queen Ola being sent out of the palace was real.
She wrote: ‘Alafin Oyo Celebrates Eid with his lovely young wives. Someone is missing in this picture fah,I tell una day Ola never return go house, some people say Na fake gist,from hotel to staying with friends for their house,kilo kan iru awai,moya look away,I come in peace.’
Fans and followers of Gist lover had taken to her comment section to react over the latest development in the Alaafin’s palace. Although, the reactions were mixed as some claimed Queen Badirat is fulfilling herself by staying away from the palace while others confirmed GLB’s accusation.
Some fans of GLB also mocked Queen Badirat for living a fake life outside of the palace.
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