Celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji, who was in the news few weeks ago after report of her pregnancy broke, has reportedly moved into her baby daddy’s home as she awaits the birth of her baby.
Sharing a new photo of herself in a totally different and smaller room as she gushed about her makeup game, Linda Ikeji wrote;
“I keep saying I’m a badass make up artist but nobody is answering me… God dey! ”
Recall that few weeks ago, she hinted that she might be moving out of her N500 million Banana Island mansion house, and it seems this is it.
On 16th October, 2015, Linda Ikeji who shared photos of her mansion wrote on Twitter: “Lol. My house is not N450m… where did y’all get that from? It’s over N500m. And thanks for the kind words. Love to u all,” she wrote. The next day, October 17, she touched on her single status, explaining how delays in life could be God’s way of blessing an individual.
She wrote: “Sometimes God delays these things to bless other aspects of your life. I’m ready when He’s ready! Having said that, who wants to marry me?”
Sharing pictures of the interior of her 700m2 detached house, she wrote on her website how much she was grateful to God.
“So, I bought a two-storey luxury house in the exclusive Banana Island area of Ikoyi…and to be honest, I still can’t believe it. It’s everything I prayed my house would be. That’s me standing in front of my house…:-). #ProudSelfMadeWoman…:-),” she wrote.
The property has three floors with six bedrooms en-suite, two living rooms, a media room and a cinema room among other things. “Absolutely my dream home. Dreams do come true, you know! My name is Linda Ikeji. I’m a blogger.
I’m 35 years old and I have never…never ever in my life slept with a man for money. Not only have I never done it, I have never even considered it…and here I am with a house that cost me over half a billion naira. “Listen, you are beautiful and you are stronger than you know. There’s absolutely nothing you can’t achieve if you set your mind to it, put your heart and soul into it,” she wrote as she tried to motivate young ladies to work hard and toe the right paths.