TV producer, music video director and cinematographer Jibril Blessing has finally broken his silence after his partner Chantelle left him.
A video of the Tokelezea hitmaker kissing another man (who is married) surfaced online, raising eyebrows, and Chantelle came out to set the record straight. In an interview with a local paper, Chantelle said they are no longer an item, were never married and went further ahead to confirm that she never cheated.
J Blessings and Chantelle's marriage hit rock bottom a few months ago and they parted ways. We contacted J Blessing for a comment on this and he said:
"I don't want to talk or answer anything about Chantelle. Bloggers write a lot of stories about me yet they know nothing about me at all. I will not answer! I'm busy with my career."
The soft-spoken Link Video Global CEO says he is a happy man and doing great career-wise. "I have so many big things coming up. I'm working with upcoming talents and soon will be launching them. I'm also working with Churchill Show and I thank God for all the blessings. I'm good where I am right now," he said.
J Blessing and Chantelle stayed together for quite a while and even had a son, who died at six months' old after falling sick.
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