On Tuesday afternoon, Nigerian songstress, Waje shared a romantic photo of herself and fellow musician, Ric Hassani.
Waje shared the photo on the social media platform, Instagram with a suggestive caption, ‘Its time’.
Nigerian singer Aituaje Iruobe also known as Waje has sparked off dating rumours after she posted a photo of a mystery man on her Instagram page.
“t’s time…” she captioned the photo.
Check out the photo below.
Moments later, close friends of the singer and her fans began to camp in her comments section with congratulatory messages.
Top on the list was her best friend, Omawumi who posted the same photo on her page and gave it a very interesting caption.
Besto Asoebi Loading ehhhhh! Congratulations guys 😘😘😘😘😘 @officialwaje,” she wrote.
1st News is currently interrogating trustworthy sources to confirm the relationship status of both artistes. More details later.
Waje is an award-winning singer, songwriter and actress.
She first gained recognition after being featured on the remake of PSquare’s “Omoge Mi“. Waje was also featured on the duo’s 2008 hit track “Do Me“.
She is also a single mum.
The songstress sat in her apartment and confessed to her friends, likewise members of her team who were both identified as Fatima and Tolani.
At the time, she mentioned that she no longer had faith in her music career.
Here is what she stated;
“I do not have faith in it anymore. Nobody will say that I have failed or anything. The point is that I am not willing to do this thing anymore. Do you know how much I have invested in this career thing?
“There is nothing wrong with change. There are other things I am good at; maybe it is fair to give it a rest and try other things. If you people do not understand, it is my money that I am spending in this thing; and I am tired of putting my money in something that I do not have faith in.
“To be honest, I don’t see why I should continue because it is frustrating. The desire of every entrepreneur is to see proceeds from what they invest in and some sort of awareness that they have a product.
“I can’t have released an album after everybody said Waje, your last album was years ago. All the people that said we need an album, where are they?”
“I don’t have the money for publicity. My music has been taking the bulk of the money and I am not willing to put money there anymore. I don’t want to be in the class of artistes that have failed. I just think that I have gotten to the point where I don’t think it is working for me anymore.”