So much happened yesterday and our fave celebs were not left out of the Valentine’s Day romance.
Here’s what some of them were up to on the love-filled day.
Media personality Stephanie Coker received a yummy looking cake from her bae and she coyly captioned the photo “#Him. Thank You”.
While she didn’t provide his name (or Instagram handle), that didn’t stop her followers from guessing who he was. There were several guesses from Lynxxx to Banky W. Stephanie later commented on the photo “Him is Him ask him if you know him”.
DJ Cuppy spent the day without her bae but that didn’t stop him from making his presence felt. He sent her a huge teddy bear that was holding a heart-shape with “Princess Cuppy” written on it. He also sent her flowers and a note explaining why he couldn’t be there.
Actor Mofe Duncan and his wife Jessica were the absolute cutest on snapchat last night. They kicked things off with presents (spread on the bed…aww) and then finished the night with a cozy dinner.
Who says Valentine’s Day can’t be about self-love?
Actor and model Bryan Okwara gave himself a gorgeous red car to celebrate Val’s Day.
When your boyfriend’s moniker is “Cocaine Biceps”, you can be sure your gifts will have a healthy touch to it!. Oreka Godis received this thoughtful basket of handmade organic gifts and she was super excited because it was exactly what she wanted!
Newlyweds Ebuka & Cynthia Obi-Uchendu are still on their honeymoon and they have made their way from Dubai to Singapore.
They spent the day lounging and generally having fun.
While Stella Damasus didn’t show off her gifts on Instagram, she showed off her man, Daniel Adenimokan.
The actress wrote such a cute message for him saying “I have always prayed to find and have a love that is so strong yet so strange. A love so true yet so misunderstood. A love so free yet so questioned. A love so blessed, yet so shocking. Through it all I know my love. You know your love. We know our love. Most importantly God knows our love. It’s truly my pleasure to share your company. Thank you for accepting me the way I am. Flawed and imperfect. Thank you for the amazing journey you have travelled with me. Thank you for the wonderful life you have given me. Thank you for the friendship. Thank you for the partnership. Thank you for the bond. And thank you for holding my hand in my walk with Christ. God bless and keep you now and always. I LOVE YOU @dabishop007 #valentine #happyvalentinesday #love #lovesostrong #lovesotrue #loveofGod #Godpikin #america”
Mum-to-be Tonto Dikeh spent the day in bed and showed off her flowers, edible fruit arrangement and her yummy chocolates.
Eva just got engaged on January 1st to her fiance Caesar at the Headies. The couple had ‘#nochill’ and shared a smooch for their Instagram fans. They even have a couple page – @evaandcaesar
#NoChill #HappyValentine’s from us @evaandcaesar – The Valentine’s Gift! I sat in my little corner of the dorm, wedged between the bunk bed and the wall. I didn’t mean to pry but I just couldn’t help overhearing the conversation that rocked the center of the room. The loudest voice as always, belonged to Aisha, a small girl with a very thin neck that barely supported her rectangular head. A mop of thin lengthy jet black hair sat on her head in three equally shared cornrows. “I am half fulani,” she had told us one day in the beginning of the term when someone in the dorm had asked why her hair was so curly. As if that explained anything. She stood now in the middle of the room, gesticulating with her hands just as quickly as the words swarm out of her small mouth. “It would be a serious problem if Nnena does not declare for Sonia,” she was saying to everyone who had cemented their attention on her. It was indeed difficult not to be caught up in whatever Aisha had to say. She always had the latest school gist, verified or not and even when she meant to talk to only a few people, she always ended up entertaining any and everyone in range of her snickering fast paced voice. “I don’t know about any other couple in school right now as important as Nnena and Sonia. That girl in Emoyan house that is goezing with Chinwe, what’s her name again?” “Uju!” An avid Aisha-supporter chimed in response. “Yes! Uju! Walaihi I hate that girl fa. She just disgusts me. Kai. The other day in the dinning hall I almost slapped shege out of her face when she stepped on me.” Aisha was beginning to drift as always, but we waited for her to get to the point. We always did. I sat in my spot, a chemistry text book in my lap, pretending to read it while also tuning my ears to Aisha’s frequency. “Sha sha, Uju told us that she was one of the people who helped Sonia bring her gifts into school. You know Uju and Sonia are family friends.” No we didn’t know that, but everyone in the room nodded, a few “Oohhs” and “Aahhs” bounced off the walls in response. “She said all the gifts that Sonia bought for Nnena was almost worth one hundred and.. **Full Post on my Blog, evaalordiah.com link in Bio*
How did you spend your Val’s Day?