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K1 Breaks Silence On Alleged Affair With Alaafin’s Wife, Threatens Law Suit Against Online Publication



Fuji legend, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal (KWAM 1) has responded to an allegation of a love affair with Queen Badirat Olaitan Adeyemi, one of the wives of the Alaafin of Oyo.

Social media went agog on Wednesday evening after an online publication alleged that the musician was having an affair with Queen Ola.

In a statement issued by his media adviser on Thursday, Kunle Rasheed, K1 De Ultimate has threatened a lawsuit against the online publication that broke the news

Responding to the news, K1 on Thursday posted a clip of one of his stage performances on his Instagram page, throwing a subtle jab at the originator of the allegation.

“The attention of Fuji Maestro and Mayegun of Yorubaland, Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Marshal, K1 De Ultimate, has been drawn to the rumour making the rounds in the past 48 hours, on social media platforms, where it has been alleged that the music icon was having an affair with Olori Ajoke, one of the wives of Alayeluwa, the Alaafin of Oyo, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi 111.

“Ordinarily, one would have waved off this allegation as one coming from the warped mind of one possibly numbed by high covid-19 fever. But as known in these parts, a lie repeatedly told, has a way of transmuting to truth.

“Let me categorically state that the rumour is lies concocted from the pit of hell by those whose aim is to drag to the mud, the name of K1 De Ultimate and ultimately that of the most revered kingdom in Yoruba land.

“These agents of Lucifer have continued in their warped delusions to see K1 go to the ground just for being conferred with the title of Mayegun of Yoruba land. The Alaafin’s crime is the conferment of the honour, hence the grim plot to drag him down also.

“Moreover, the higly respected Monarch and his Olori have both debunked the story as baseless and unfounded.

“For the records, as the Mayegun of Yorubaland, K1 is aware of the customs and traditions of the Yoruba and as such, can not put the culture and tradition of the Yorubaland to disrepute.

“Let me remind the rumour mongers that Nigeria has adequate laws to bring anyone who has embarked on character assassination of the innocent to book. The fans and the general public should be rest assured that we will legally seek redress for this allegation.

Meanwhile, one of his sons, Femi Ayinde Marshall has threatened a lawsuit against the online publication that broke the news.

“Make sure your source is not dead, while at that be sure to have alot of money,” he tweeted.