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“All thanks to my man” – Ifedi Sharon gets tongues wagging as she appreciates Zubby Michael in a special way (Video)

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  • Nollywood actress, Ifedi Sharon recently shared a video of herself and Zubby Michael.
  • In the clip, the budding music star described Zubby Michael as her man.
  • The post subsequently generated reactions online as regards the duo’s relationship.

Nollywood actress, Ifedi Sharon continues to fuel speculations on a possible relationship with the renowned film star, Zubby Michael.

In a clip shared via her TikTok handle, the promising actress had a short moment with Zubby who had a plaster on his head.

The video was accompanied by a background music – ‘Thank you to my man (Remix)’ by Casadi.

Ifedi Sharon visibly sang the lyrics of the song for Zubby Michael as they vibed together.

Captioning the video, she also wrote: “All thanks to my man.”

See the video below:

The video generated some comments from netizens who keep envisaging that the duo are in a relationship.

One @Patienceamaeliezer wrote: “You are crushing on zubby.”

I’m the worse wrote: “The way he was mopping at the phone “

kendrickreignjame wrote: “like l said before@Zubby”

shanyblue wrote: “And he is like why your camera white so .”

twinella1 wrote: “E fit you both if is real.”

Lizzygold wrote: “Thank you to my man with your red camera .”

MISS WONDERFUL wrote: “This one wey bandage de him head wetin he do .”

In other news, Ifedi Sharon a few days ago spoke on claims of her romantic involvement with the foremost and highly-rated movie star, Zubby Michael.

In a video shared via her official TikTok handle, the actress who’s a close friend of Zubby Michael addressed some erroneous claims about her and the actor.

Jumping on the viral ‘Amebo’ TikTok challenge, Sharon Ifedi shed light on the viral claim about her being pregnant and married to Zubby Michael.

Reacting to the false report, Sharon Ifedi described people carrying such news and stories as ‘Amebo’ (rumour mongers), adding that they’ll definitely get tired of disseminating fake gists.

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