AY Makun Drops Hints About He And His Wife Mabel’s Sex Life


Comedian AY Makun is dropping hints about he and wife Mabel’s sex life, especially since the birth of their second child, Ayomide.

AY Makun and his wife Mabel

Posting a picture of his wife in a beautiful lime green dress with a thigh-high slit, the 52-year-old  joked that  eight-month-old Ayomide might be keeping them awake because Mabel is so  beautiful even while breastfeeding. Before suggesting that he had a special message for her while the baby is asleep.


AY Makun and his wife Mabel

“@realmabelmakun how am I sure this is not reason Ayomide is showing us pepper by keeping us awake every night?” He asked.

“Oya, there’s something personal I would like to tell you now that Ayomide is sleeping during the day.”

He then praised Mabel and other nursing mothers who ‘Combine all the work, plus plenty sleepless night and still find time to look gorgeous for their husbands.”

AY Makun and his wife Mabel

In the post shared on Wednesday, Mabel looked stunning in the lemon dress which she wore to her brother-in-law Lanre Makun’s 40th birthday.

It featured a corset which highlighted her incredible figure and green crystals on the neckline, waist and sleeves. Mabel paired the dress with green heels and pulled her back with a large black hairband.



It is not the first time AY has complimented his wife for navigating motherhood perfectly. Shortly after she had Ayomide in January, he took to Instagram to praise her for sacrificing her career to have the baby.


AY Makun and his wife Mabel

“The word ‘sacrifice’ should be a common theme when we think of motherhood,”he wrote on Instagram.

“First our women/mothers sacrifice their bodies for nine months by putting on weight that feels unflattering and uncomfortable, losing their appetite for food they once enjoyed, not being able to have a glass of their favourite wine at will, and of course all the excruciating aches and pains that comes long before labour begins.

“@realmabelmakun, no one knows our story in the last 13 years like we do. But I especially want to thank you for everything.

“Thank you for ignoring all the naysayers. Thank you for taking time off your numerous interior jobs at home and abroad to prepare for Ayomide, thank you for sacrificing all your endorsements/influencing opportunities in the last 1 year.”



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