An actor and singer, Adams Kehinde, popularly known as Lege Miami, has said that his online matchmaking platform is not just used by ordinary citizens, but by celebrities as well.

In an interview with , he said, “I don’t joke with what I do, as regards matchmaking. That is because I have been able to gain the trust of people. They are comfortable reaching out to me, and asking me to help them find partners, who are interested in serious relationships. And, I get that for them.

“Celebrities such as Bimbo Thomas, Wumi Toriola, Folorunsho Adeola (Arike Gold) and Eniola Badmus have also reached out to me. But, Eniola Badmus is very picky; though I have connected her to someone. However, I don’t know what is happening between them.”

The actor also stated that he was aware that some people intentionally came on his live programme and speak English to ridicule him. Recalling one of such incidents, he said, “She is a single lady. She is Yoruba, and should have been able to speak ‘normal’ English. I know there is British English, but she was just trying to fake an accent. She knows that I cannot speak good English, and did not want me to understand what she was saying.”

Lege also noted that he was aware that some of the people who made use of his platform were out to deceive innocent people. He said, “Some of them are Internet armed robbers, because they would go through my comments section, see someone they like and send the person a message without my knowledge. If things go well between them, I don’t get to know. But, if things turn sour, they begin to call me out, and I don’t like such. Most of the people who fall victims to things like that actually bypass the process.

“I have testimonials of those I have match-made together, who are doing well. But, because most of them are wicked, I would only hear from a third party that a couple I linked together are married. But, when I try calling them out, they begin to apologise, saying they don’t want people to know. They would then compensate me.”