Sophie Rammal Alakija, Ex-Wife Of Wale Alakija Sets Internet Agog With Stunning Pictures!


By Oyinlola Awonuga (The New Diplomat’s Entertainment, Fashion and Sports Desk

Nollywood actress of Nigerian and Lebanese origin, Sophie Rammal Alakija has again set internet abuzz with her new scintillating pictures on social media.

The New Diplomat had earlier reported 4 months ago that Sophie Rammal-Alakija’s marriage reportedly crashed and this did not happen recently but sometime last year, reports revealed.

However, following reports of this crash, a social media audit was carried out on one Sophie Rammal Alakija’s social media channels, including Instagram by concerned digital reporters.

This scrutiny reportedly led to findings that Sophie, a mother of two left, had left  her marriage since sometime last year. Sophie Alakija is of both Nigerian and Lebanese origin.

In March 2016, she married Wale Alakija, the son of billionaire business woman Folorunsho Alakija, in Surulere, Lagos and they both have two kids together.  Wale Alakija is the son of Folorunsho Alakija, the richest women in Africa. Their wedding was celebrated  amidst fanfare  in Surulere, Lagos and they both welcomed  their first child in the same year.

She seem to have moved on as she captioned her new pictures: “The beautiful ones are born 💫” Sophie Rammal Alakija was known as Wizkid’s ex-girlfriend after she appeared as the lead dancer in his “Holla At your boy” music video.

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Sophie Ramma Alakija

Sophie Ramma Alakija

Sophie Ramma Alakija

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