Reactions as Actress Chika Ike Finally Reveals her Godfathers

Reactions as Actress Chika Ike Finally Reveals her Godfathers | Daily Report Nigeria

Mixed reactions have trailed famous Nollywood actress, Chika Ike’s unveiling of her godfathers’ details.

The actress threw her fans into a moment of turmoil after sharing photos and information about her godfathers alongside a note of appreciation for their continuous support.

The two godfathers are a Zambian business mogul and owner of African Union Holdings, James Ndambo, and the CEO of Crystal TV in Ghana, Chief Paul Crystal.

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Taking to her Instagram page, the 37-year-old struck some poses with the elderly men in what appeared like a private jet while describing them as great support systems, adding that they always keep her grounded.

Sharing the pictures, she wrote: “I’m so blessed to have a great support system. My Godfather and family keep me grounded always.

“Never forget who you are, and always remember where you’re coming from. Always stay grounded and humble.

“As he always says. Chief Paul Crystal (Crystal Tv Group) and Mr. James Ndambo (Africa Union Aviation).”

Reacting to the post, Nigerians took to the comment section to question the type of relationship she’s keeping with two foreign men.

@freemanvicky: “Godfather and Goddaughter.”

@deladem_soars: “Godfather in Ghana? You mean Sugar Daddy. Godfathers don’t exist in Ghana.”

@truelovestoriesdps: “This post is not complete my dear sister. Give us the full gist na Naija we Dey not everything can be swept under the carpet.”

@olukele: “She finally posted her Godfather’s pictures, her support system. Women.”

@richard_chingy: “What are you doing with people’s husbands?”

@serafinamubanga: “It’s the support system for me.”

@kingkozzybillions: “Wow, godfathers have done a great job full chest. God bless you godfather, Who he pain make he get rich godfather on a private jet.”

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