During the latest, and most explosive, episode of this season’s “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta,” Mimi Faust got wind that her boyfriend Nikko Smith was indeed married — and torpedoed over to his house to confront him and talk to him with spitting range.
After a pregnant pause, as resignation washed over his face, Nikko admitted that he was still married, although he was separated from his wife of almost 10 years, Margo, who lives in Canada.
This turned out to be the last straw in the turbulent relationship between Faust and Smith and she dropped him like he was a poisonous snake. Now that Faust can no longer trust Smth, she is now more receptive to what her friends had been trying to shove in her head: that Smith indeed purposely leaked their sex tape in order to make a quick million off of her.
It has been strongly insinuated that that the wife is in on Nikko’s scheme to get money out of Mimi. I mean, how else could you explain why she hasn’t come forward after 2 seasons and a sex tape?
So what’s the scoop on Nikko’s longtime wife, Margo?
She is a Canadian citizen. She and Nikko were longtime lovers who got married in Canada. Wanting US Citizenship may have played a part in their marriage but unfortunately for Margo, it didn’t work out that way. When Nikko realized that he could be on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta by dating Mimi, he ditched Margo in Canada and moved to Atlanta. That would explain why Nikko has a roommate.
But I digress.
Check out some of the latest photos of this mysterious wife of Nikko Smith, Margo.
Photo Highlights: President Obama Chicago Farewell Speech
President Barack Obama makes his final farewell speech in his hometown of Chicago. Arriving at O'hare airport on Airforce One Tuesday, early evening was First Lady Michelle Obama, daughter Malia and Vice President Joe Biden along with wife, Jill Biden.
Making a final journey as the 44th President of the United States, expressways and local South Side streets were cleared as traffic stood at a complete when the 20-vehicle caravan made its way to Valois Restaurant in Hyde Park. There, President Obama conducted a one-on-one interview with NBC anchorman, Lester Holt before proceeding to give his farewell speech at McCormick Place.
Nearly 20,000 attendees packed the nearly standing-room only space in the East wing of the McCormick Place as VIP attendees sat upfront to hang onto the President's every word. There were various groups that traveled from far and near to be a part of history including celebrity sightings from Sharon Stone to Empire's Jussie Smollett--local and state dignitaries. Opening up the ceremony was a special performance by Hip hop/R&B singer, BJ the Chicago Kid showcasing belting out the national anthem is a smart blue suit.
Once President Obama hit the stage, the electric energy of emotions ran throughout the audience. At times, the crowd's applause was so loud that it impossible to hear him but there were moments that silence rippled throughout the venue--knowing this would be his last time addressing his hometown as Chief of Staff.
In his signature style of class, poise and honor--he addressed the various strides that he and his administration has made over the last eight years in protecting America's democracy. His emotions got the best of him when he addressed his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama and daughter Malia who sat in the front row along with Vice President Joe Biden, wife Jill and his mother-in-law--Marian Shields Robinson.
<p class="p1"><span class="s1">“Malia and Sasha, under the strangest of circumstances, you have become two amazing young women, smart and beautiful, but more importantly, kind and thoughtful and full of passion. You wore the burden of years in the spotlight so easily. Of all that I’ve done in my life, I’m most proud to be your dad.”</span></p>
<p class="p1">After the speech, the Obama family took time out to walk along the barricades, greeting and shaking hands with supporters and friends. The scene was definitely historic and we knew it was the end of an era of class that will not be duplicated in the White House for a very long time.</p>
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