October 3, 2023

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Polo Boss’ Daughter, Jennifer & D’banj Smoke Indian Hemp Together

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That Mo’hit Record CEO, Dapo Oyebanji otherwise known as D’banj is in a hot romance with the daughter of the Polo Club boss, Jennifer Obayuwana is no longer news.

D’banj has been linked with many top entertainment celebrities like actress Nadia Buhari, MBGN 2006 winner; Abiola Bashorun, Genevieve Nnaji, Soundcity VJ, Yeahcah, Nonhle Thema of Channel O, Rukky Sanda, and Senator Ita-Giwa among others.

Gathered that he did not fall in love with the Polo Club boss’daughter only for love or beauty, but because both of them are in love with marijuanaa (weed).

It’s already an established story that Jennifer was a well known face at the Afrika Shrine with her former boyfriend, who happened to be the son of the former jailed PDP chieftain, Bode Gorge, before they parted ways.

A close source disclosed that  the  relationship between the single mother of one and the Koko Master  is enhanced by their love for Indian hemp. Learnt that whenever Jennifer visits him, they would first smoke together like people possessed before ending in the bedroom.  

And Jennifer has been spoiling him with gifts, like the  $70,000 shoes he wore at the recent BET Award he won.

Information at our disposal revealed that Jennifer and her sister are used to D’banj’s Lekki home which is a stone’s throw to their home, with other Mo’hit record singers smoking with them.

The Mo’hit manager, Mr Sunday Aare said: “I don’t see any big deal in their relationship, since they are both matured, irrespective of what brought them together, and I don’t interfere in the personal life of my artiste, so personally, I don’t know.”

ad allegedly at one time or the other assaulted sexually, thanked God.

15 thoughts on “Polo Boss’ Daughter, Jennifer & D’banj Smoke Indian Hemp Together

  1. I think its high time a bill to legalise weed is passed. Why make it illegal?.All our legislators that had visited amsterdam know a lot about CAFES in this cool place.

  2. I think its high time a bill to legalise weed was passed. Why make it illegal?.All our legislators that had visited amsterdam know a lot about CAFES in this cool place.

  3. thats just the simple reason why we have so many mad young men and women on our streets in nigeria, God help our youths and their generation.

    1. you are write.
      anything,i repeat anything from the west they emulate like muguns…
      neocolonisation of the 21st century

  4. 1 in 3 youths smoke weed on daily basis, the only big deal here is that it concerns a celebrity. NO PRIVACY is one of the prices they pay for being famous.

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  6. Why dem na outlaw stealing of funds and embezzling government coffers yet dem make a big deal outta people smoking weed.
    Herb is a healing of the nation.
    We need a healing in this we Nation.

  7. Gotta have kaya now, because it is the weed of wisdom. All those that smoke it foolishly behave and die foolishly. When you smoke it wisely with the fear of Jah you will be wise and see the foolishness of the fools that call themselves our leaders. Jumbonito ahead one day it will be legalised worldwide as in that city in Holland.

  8. I guess God created Weed to make people mad? you Nigerians should wake up!!!! Weed is a plant like your vegetables and fruits!!!! it has a power that can heal lot of diseases and ailments, also it’s not for everybody to use, just like some people are allergic to peanuts, tomatoes, beans, pepper, milk etc.

    God even said I’ve given you all plants to eat. so it’s a matter of choice to choose what you eat, no one has the right to tell anyone what to eat, reasoning from the fact that the people (Governments) telling you something is illegal are the same people that loots your national treasure everyday, and oh yessss!!! they smoke weed too!!!.

  9. yes they even smoke weed more than others,i takes it as well but u will not notice cause i dont take it as others,cause i am always happy,after taking it,if i lost appetite i will take it & i will eat one basin of food,it only makes me 4get my sorrows 4 d moment,i dey one joint wen a doctor entered and bought it,i know he is a doctor cause i saw his tetescope for his car.so if u like take if u dont like it never try it.if u take d one ur head fit carry u go like am try am 2day.I DEY TAKE AM WITH MY POLICE AND ARMY FRIENDS.IF I BE CELEB U FOR DON SEE AM 4 MAGAZINE..AMEEBOS….


  11. ehn pass the ganja. omo I go like follow the babe blaze o. nothing do u jare jenny. Hater ni journalist yen!!! Take a toke, and u shall see clearer.jooooooor

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