Basketmouth shares throwback photo as he celebrates 10th wedding anniversary

Basketmouth shares throwback photo as he celebrates 10th wedding anniversary

- Baskemouth and his wife Elsie have clocked 10 years in marriage

- The couple recently took to their social media page to celebrate

- Elise reminisced on how her husband went after her before she agreed to marry him

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Comedian Basketmouth and his wife Elsie recently took to their social media pages to celebrate a milestone in their marriage.

The couple clocked 10 years in marriage on Friday, November 6, and they shared the news with their fans and followers.

Describing her husband as her happy place and best friend, the mother of two went down memory lane and shared how they met.

According to her, she is thankful that the comedian came to her hostel when she was a student at UNILAG. Elsie also appreciated her husband for not giving up on chasing her after she gave him a wrong number.

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Comedian Basketmouth and wife

Comedian Basketmouth and wife celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. Photo: Instagram/@basketmouth, @elsieokpocha
Source: Instagram

Basketmouth's wife said she wants to grow old and celebrate forevermore with him. According to her, her heart is beautiful because she has her husband in it.

The beautiful woman also shared a family photo to mark their celebration.

The comedian shared a throwback photo of himself and his wife as he celebrated their special day. According to him, the photo was taken five years before they walked down the aisle.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Basketmouth reacted after Oyedepo said people who don't pay tithe are under a curse.

The Bishop spoke about tithing as an inescapable covenant obligation. He stated that one cannot be prosperous without paying tithe, noting that whoever does not pay tithe is under a financial curse.

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Reacting to the clergyman's statement, Basketmouth said that the church threatens people to pay tithe after the threat of the government about tax payment.

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