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Tope Alabi: Gospel singer surprised hubby on birthday morning [Watch]
PublishedBy: in Entertainment/CelebritiesApril 10, 2018

The Gospel musician gave her husband an early morning surprise this morning, and gosh, the look on his face says it all.

It's Tope Alabi's husband, Soji Alabi's birthday, today, Tuesday, April 10, 2018, and she did make him special as should be.


The Gospel musician gave her husband an early morning surprise this morning, and gosh, the look on his face says it all.

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See the post below:


Tope also took to her Instagram page to celebrate her husband, urging her fans and well-wishers to do the same.


Only last weekend, Tope Alabi revealed that her husband was quite happy to realise that everyone thought the best of her.

She said this while noting that her mother was instrumental in keeping her virginity.

During the interview with Punch, Tope said that her mother checked to be sure that her virginity was intact every three months.


Yes, weird but pretty effective as the case turns out.

Speaking on her music career and how she started producing soundtracks for Nollywood movies, the gospel singer said: “I started my entertainment career as an actress and back then, they didn’t do personalised soundtracks for movies.

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“One day, one of my colleagues, Adio Majesta, said I should be able to compose songs for movies. He told me the title of the movie and that was how I started making soundtracks for movies.

“He believed I could do it because I always sang whenever we were on location and sometimes, I used the incident happening at that particular time to compose songs.

“My first daughter, Ayomikun is following my footsteps. She is currently studying music in the university. She often tells me a lot of things about the rudiments and intricacies of music. I actually wanted her to study medicine but she chose music. She writes good lyrics and I respect her for that.”

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