Story & photos by Niyi Tabiti
Star singer and Nollywood wonder girl, Stella Damasus-Aboderin tried as much she could to evade taking photos with a ‘gentleman’ who came with her to a fun spot in Victoria-Island, Lagos.
Stella stepped into Club 868 with the young man and she felt so much uncomfortable as the paparazzi fired heavy shots from their cameras. She could not wait on the green carpet, as she barked at someone “Where is the entrance?” in an effort to evade her photographs being taken. The guy who accompanied her was wise enough to put his face off camera to prevent the insinuation in the press that she is new man in Stella’s life.
Immediately, they stepped out, there was even argument that Stella and the guy did not come to the place together. As a way of proving pundits wrong http://www.niyitabiti.blogspot.com/ managed to take their photo together shortly before they zoomed off in the Toyota Landcruiser that brought them.
No one could actually say whether they are busy partners,blood relations or dating, but almost everyone around could tell that the beautiful actress was only to trying to save her face from another imminent romance tale.
In the past, Stella Damasus had been romantically linked with several men such as Sammie Okposo, Lanre Nzeribe, Richard Mofe-Damijo and others-all of which she has repeatedly denied. She, however, granted an interview sometime ago that she was has a 'faithful friend' in a young man known as Lanre, the well youngman who took part in one of editions of Guilder Ultimate Search.
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