Bolanle, a Nigerian video vixen, has received a public apology from Abiodun Lincoln, her estranged husband, after he called her out on social media.
About a week ago, the car dealer went on a social media rant, accusing his wife of domestic violence. He eventually confessed to attacking the well-known vixen in a video.
On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, he apologized to his wife in a video posted to his Instagram page.
“I will like to use this opportunity to sincerely apologise first and foremost to my wife, Mrs Bolanle for my actions in the last couple of weeks, especially on social media. Those acts of mine were very unnecessary and uncalled for. All I said was in the heat of the moment,” he said.
“I will like to specifically apologise to my wife for calling her all sorts of names. My son, I apologise to you too. Although you are not aware of my actions but I believe that sometime in the future you will.”
“My wife, I pray and hope that you can find somewhere in your heart to accept my sincere apology.”
Lincoln and his wife came under the spotlight after he sent her packing from their home and live-streamed it.
He claimed they had an altercation that turned violent in one of the films he shared online.
Lincoln claimed in another Instagram video that he has a family in South Africa and will not tolerate any disrespect from Bolanle.
Bolanle, a nursing mother, became famous after appearing in Zlatan Ibile’s popular ballad “Pepper Dem.”