Social media influencer, Adedamola Adewale popularly referred to as Adeherself was full of excitement when Instagram celebrity Mompha gave her a surprise visit in her home.
Recall that Adeherself was recently released from custody after meeting her bail conditions on the charge filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
Not long after her return, Mompha decided paid her a surprise visit at her home.
Mompha posted a video on his Insta-story and it was reposted by AdeHerself. She could be seen hugging him while screaming in excitement.
“I’m fidgeting…Mompha is in my house, I don’t know what to say guys…” she said in the clip.
Watch the video:
Mompha pays influencer Adeherself a visit after EFCC arrest. pic.twitter.com/Ew0fS4GV74
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The social media influencer who was released from EFCC custody in the previous week, penned an apology letter to her fans
“If there’s one thing I’ve learnt in life, it’s to never give up no matter how hard things may get in life….
“I Am Adeherself, yes I’m cheerful, happy, playful, energetic and free spirited, I wunt deny the fact that right now I’m in pains and presently going through a phase I never imagined I could ever face in life 💔
“I know I will come out of this victorious, and by the special grace of God with the help of my counselor, I’ll be Adeherself the real King of Queens once again.
“To all my lovers out there, I’m sorry I have not been able to say much about what has been going on concerning the whole situation on ground.please understand that this still an on going case, and I’m following the instructions of my lawyers…
“I love you all with all my heart and I assure you that’s Adeherself will be Adeherself once again.”
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