Nigerian actress Iyabo Ojo celebrated Lagos socialite and businesswoman Fareeda Abdulkabir, widely recognized as House of Phreedah, as she acquired a Lexus SUV valued at N35 million to mark her 50th birthday.
Iyabo Ojo took to social media to extend her congratulations to House of Phreedah for this remarkable milestone. The socialite had initially shared the exciting news on her Instagram page, sharing the joyous moment with her fans and followers.
This generous gesture showcases the spirit of celebration and appreciation within the Nigerian entertainment and socialite community.
This comes just a few weeks after she made headlines for attempting to jump off the Third Mainland Bridge, reportedly due to the collapse of her two-month-old marriage to Ademola Okulaja.
Fareeda shares video of her new whip as she clock 50 years.
Reacting to this, Iyabo Ojo took to social media to celebrate the socialite and shower prayer on her.
She wrote, “It’s a double celebration 🎊 @houseofphreedahbodycare. Congratulations on your new whip & Happy 50th birthday, my darling friend and sister, may you live long to enjoy the fruit of your labor 😊 more blessings, and more wins 🤩😘😍🥰 love you plenty ❤️”
See her post below:
Famous9ja Recalls that, the socialite broke the silence after attempting sucide on Third mainland bridge in Lagos a few weeks ago.
Witnesses prevented the beauty expert from jumping off the Third mainland bridge.
The attempt was reportedly linked to her two-month-old marriage to Ademola Okulaja, which recently crashed.
Before the sucide attempt, the estranged couple had engaged in altercations, revealing shocking family secrets on social media and attacking each other.
In a faceless video she made on Friday, Fareeda disclosed why she attempted to take her life.
She said, “I brought myself out like an eight-year-old child to trend on Facebook and Instagram. Love drove me that far. It is love. Anyone in my shoes would understand what I am saying’’.
The mother-of-three noted that it was hard to accept that her ex-husband had left her after she spent millions on their lavish wedding and afterparty.
While appreciating everyone who stood by her during her ordeal, she noted that she didn’t realise she got entangled in fake love appearing to be accurate.
I decided to spend money because I thought I found true love. The man I married made so many promises to me. It’s not like I was a fool or had the money in abundance. Friends and families warned me not to go into the marriage. They told me the man only wanted my money, but I was recalcitrant.
“I am so sorry for putting my children in such a position. I would not have forgiven myself if I had abandoned them after committing sucide.”