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2018 Top Ten Liberian Celebrity Couples So Far

Towards the end of 2017, social media was flooded with request of things that should be left in 2017. It is obvious that love wasn’t one of those things, cause   2018 is starting off with love stories everywhere.  We already have two engagements within the Liberian Entertainment industry.  2018 is definitely going to be a year of more love, weddings and engagements. If there is one thing that keeps the industry entertaining, it is definitely celebrity couples. Media loves following the make ups, break ups, engagements, marriages and divorces of public figures.  We will definitely have our eyes on these love birds, for they are giving us life, fanning our fancy and we are loving it.  


President-elect George Weah and the incoming First Lady. 

With the incoming First Lady being label as one of the most loyal females, we look forward to seeing our men celebrating those loyal women by their side.  Check out these celebrities with their loyal queens. 


Vice President Joseph Boakai and wifey.  Too much love and affection mehn.  Love it.  


When you guys are young, good looking, famous and loyal.  Frank Artus and wifey. 


He wrote, “Here’s a little secret about friendship, it is even more precious than diamonds. Since, diamond can be sold at some point, but a true friend is priceless.” Aw, Anthony Laffer and his wifey. 


When a person says to you, “you can praise woman like Lyee Bility,” know that you are great at complimenting your woman.  He showers her with compliments on social media.  Lyee Bility and wifey. 


The boss with his boss chick, true definition of power couple.  Prince Horace and his designer wifey Roshe. 


Complete sweetness.  It is so beautiful when sweet souls are in love.  Cianneh Browne and her boo. 


Behind every successful man, there is a woman who is fighting to see him win. He has a fighter and she has his back. Shadow Man and wifey. 


They are just cute as a button.  Complete cuteness. 2C and his boo. 


When you are a King and you Queen is smoking hot. Cypha D’King and his boo. 

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