Girlfriend Palaver: Akala’s Kids Disrupt P-Square’s Birthday Bash
Just like Senator Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello disrupted the wedding of their sister, Olamide, at Ogbomoso, Oyo state, last weekend, two of governor Adebayo Alao-Akala's children, Olamipo and Oluwatoyin, this morning, caused a commotion at the birthday bash of the singing duo, P-Square.
The party, which was held at K's Place, Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, turned ugly around 1.30 a.m. today, when Olamipo Alao-Akala tried to snatch the girlfriend of one of the guests at the party.
Olamipo who was already romancing the beautiful lady inside the ballroom of the club was approached by the guest who brought the lady, to 'back off', but the governor's son who arrived the country from London two weeks ago, rejected the advice.
This resulted in an exchange of blows between the two suitors.The situation degenerated into a free-for-all, as Oluwatoyin joined the fray in support of her brother.
The fighting was brought to a halt by hefty-looking bouncers who held on to the combatants and dragged them out of the club. The governor's son, who wore an orange-coloured shirt and blue jeans, was manhandled by the bouncers who obviously did not know that he was the son of a governor.
Olamipo spent several minutes outside the VIP bar before the bouncers allowed him back in, following Oluwatoyin's threat to cause problems for the club.
http://www.nollywoodgists.com gathered that the celebrants, Peter and Paul, were not aware of the fighting because they were busy dancing and receiving guests at the party.
A source in the club told http://www.nollywoodgists.com that governor Alao-Akala's children were regular patrons of K's Place and were not just there because of P-Square's party.
“It is their regular hangout where they unwind anytime they are in Lagos,” he added.
http://www.nollywoodgists.com also gathered that the children spent over N100,000 on drinks at the party.
Many artistes, including Sound Sultan, Ruggedman, D'banj, Lord of Ajasa and Faze, attended the star-studded event.