- Banky W and his wife Adesua have refused to make comments on reports that the singer turned pastor cheated in their marriage
- Instead, the couple allowed people to run with different narratives and resorted to public displays of affection
- In a new post, Banky W shared photos of his wife and son, with their fans rooting for their marriage to work
Banky W has shared another post on his Instagram page showing off his wife Adesua and their son, Zaiah.
The singer turned pastor and his wife resorted to public displays of affection amid unconfirmed news that he cheated on Adesua.
In the post, Banky W showed off his son and shared loved-up photos of him and his wife.
The post also showed the pastor and his wife in church with the rest being after church pictures.
Banky captioned the post with:
“Excess love ❤️❤️”
See the post below:
Nigerians gush over Bany and Adesua
Fans and colleagues of the couple who hoped for the alleged cheating report to be false heaved yet another sigh of relief.
However, the first comment was Adesua’s reiterating her love for her husband.
The actress wrote:
“Are you a fan? Cause you blow me away (applauseeee) ❤️We are wrapped and shielded in his excess love. Love you bubba ❤️”
Read other comments gathered below:
“Continue applying pressure. love it!”
“Let the single people breatheeeee, don’t suffocate us!”
“END of evil discussions.”
“. The little man in the middle. “
“Luuuuurve it!!! And love you guys too much ♥️Uncle O sends his love too.”
“The disgrace and shame tho ….. I can’t imagine how the blogs feel right now !!! I can’t even lie this one sweet me….. “but there came a man who built his house on rock” wind came , storm came !! But it stood still !!!! I love eeeeet…. Thank you for clearing the air !!! I have one last song match am match am Satan don fall for gutter”
“One thing I noticed is that even in the rumours, people prayed that it was a scam. And so it was. You guys are loved.”
“This is how you take power away from social media over your marriage. The trend will have to collapse, whether the story was true or not.”