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Who is Lorenzo Loveland Love Interest - MZ Menneh or her makeup artist Phyllis

14 April 2017 / Guest Blogger, Robin Dopoe Jr

(L) Singer Miss Menneh and Lorenzo Loveland in her hotel room; (R) Lorenzo hanging out with Miss Manneh’s makeup artist, Phyllis, after shopping.

Lorenzo Loveland, the video director of the much revered “My Pledge,” a masterpiece from the late music icon Quincy B featuring Sweetz, is reported to be dating singer Miss Menneh, who is  in the Liberia for a month-long concert.
The duo were spotted enjoying dinner at Destiny Entertainment Center on the bypass late Monday night. They later went for a ride before heading back to Mz Menneh's hotel room.
A source close to the pair said the relationship started a while back on social media but the two lovebirds are thicker since  Menneh arrived in Liberia about a week ago, and have been spending time together—which many say is meant to improve their relationship.
“This is not fake news. Miss Menneh is crazy in love with him. They are more than couples right now. Anything you think lovebirds do, they are doing it. 
Miss Menneh and Lorenzo have been dating about a year, since they got to know each other online. But since meeting physically, and from all indications, the singer is willing to tie the knot with her new found love,” the source added.
Meanwhile, a close confidant of Lorenzo has revealed that he is dating makeup artist Phyllis.
According to a source, Lorenzo is madly in love with the makeup artist and is set to dump Miss Manneh for her.
The two were spotted hanging out in Sinkor and later shared a romantic selfie of them snuggling up together in a car. Although there was no caption on the picture, Lorenzo’s eyes say it all.
“They usually hang-out together when Miss Menneh is in bed or doing something else. For now, all I can say is that Lorenzo is playing a double game. Let us wait and see what happens,” the source added.
Neither Lorenzo or Miss Manneh are willing to comment on their alleged relationship, when they asked. 


Robin Dopoe, Jr., I a freelance art and culture writer for the Daily Observer Newspaper in Liberia. The Nimba born is a former Public Relationship Officer for the Liberia Nation Movie Union and a bio and music coach.
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