Photo: DJ Cremé and Denise
Infact if the recent actions are anything to go by, the couple's love life may have taken a turn for the worst.
It is well remembered that late in July 2021 DJ Cremé hinted online about their relationship getting sour, and also a possible break-up with the beautiful mother of two.
Among the hints that he gave was to post a cryptic message that read 'Marriage is a scam. Don't let anyone lie to you'.
This was also followed by the DJ deleting all the photos of his wife Denise from his Instagram account, including a post whereby he had proposed to her earlier this year.
And if this isn't enough, DJ Cremé De La Cremé on August 23rd snubbed the anniversary of their demised daughter Aika online, who would have turned 3-years-old if she was alive.
While Denise clearly remembered the day by penning a special message, the award-winning entertainer never posted anything about it on his social media platforms.
He infact went on smoothly with his day like nothing happened.
As per Denise's message on her insta stories, it read;-
" We asked God for a baby, instead He gave us an Angel. You would have been 3 years today. Forever in my heart Aika."
According to reports, the former lovers lost their unborn daughter in 2018 and this was after the mother of two unfortunately miscarried.
At the time she was 6 months pregnant and she lost it during an emergency rush to the hospital.
However even though they aren't in a relationship currently, DJ Cremé and Denise have two children namely Jamari and Zawadi.
Photo: DJ Cremé, Denise and their two children
They were together for more than 14 years before the break-up.
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