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Rumoured trouble in paradise: Stunner and wife Dyonne

Stunner and wife

Rumoured trouble in paradise: Stunner and wife Dyonne. There are rumours going on on social media that there might be trouble in paradise after Stunner and wife Dyonne Tanaka have reportedly deleted pictures of each other on Instagram.

The two adorable love birds might be heading for the end of their marriage which was born in a more scandalous way. They became popular after the singer had cheated his then-wife Olinda Chapel with Dyonne whom he later married and have a daughter together with.

The rumours might prove to be true because if you scroll through Stunner’s Instagram right now you can see that he has deleted all the posts of Dyonne. The same can be said on Dyonne Tanaka’s Instagram too.

Dyonne Tanaka

To further the fuel on the news, Stunner posted a cryptic statement on his Instagram post which might cement the rumours. Check the post below


I feel free when I’m up there but the reality is I’m fighting battles no-one has an idea of, It’s going to be okay.
I’ve gotten through the worst times and I’ve even grown and benefited from some of them. I’ll get through this too, and one day I may be grateful for the blessings in disguise I can’t yet recognize.
Thank you for being a part of my journey and trust me we still have a lot of ups and downs to go through (hang on, lol) and one day we will find the key. #dzangaradzimu.

We do hope everything is fine between these two because we have grown to like them and it will be a shame if the rumours turn out to be true.

Source – MbareTimes

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