Gov Adeleke’s son accused of domestic violence


The wife of Sina Rambo Adeleke, a Nigerian singer and a son of Osun State governor, Ademola Adeleke, has accused him of domestic violence.

The one-year marriage seems to have hit the rocks as his now-estranged wife, Korth, has levelled several allegations against the artiste.
On Monday, Korth took to her Instagram stories stating that she has been a victim of domestic violence during their union and that their marriage is over due to this reason. She noted that she would not succumb to such abuse.

In May, Sina Rambo who is also a cousin of Nigerian music star, Davido, welcomed his first child, Lola, a baby girl with Korth.
However, according to Korth, she accused the singer of violence and shared some videos, chats, and pictures to prove her claims. She further shared a chat exchange between her and Sina Rambo where he accused her of having extramarital affairs and referred to her with unprinted words.

In her allegations, Korth claimed that Sina Rambo owes her money. She posted via her Instagram story, “Later they will say Adeleke is my only achievement. Sina pay me my money you owe me from America and Nigeria. Beg beg.”(sic)
Korth via a series of posts further claimed that the singer never helps out with chores at home as she recounted how Sina Rambo hurriedly got her discharged from the hospital after childbirth.

She wrote, “After having a caesarean section and him rushing me out the hospital because he couldn’t get no weed. I had COVID -19 in labour, after my CS.
“I left the hospital this he did not help with chores! Three days after caesarean (section), you told me to cook rice for you. You can’t even make tea yourself! SMH!

Korth continued, “During pregnancy, I was turned into a nanny! Nine months pregnant, (I was) bending and cleaning house up and down because he can’t even pick up after himself. But truly, venting this now, I be mumu. For y’all saying keep it private, the marriage is over and that’s why I am finally saying this. No, I will not succumb to abuse. I am not that girl, it’s enough.”(sic)