Since Dewy Oputa came out of the closet as being a lesbian, she has gotten more comfortable on social media as she shared more photos with her partner.

The daughter of veteran singer, Charly Boy took to her Instagram stories on Tuesday, July 31, 2018, where she shared a number of photos of her partner and herself.

This is coming a few weeks after she announced to the world that she was done hiding her relationship.

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Charly Boy daughter shows off her girlfriend [Video]

Charly Boy's daughter, Dewy Oputa came out to reveal that she is in a relationship with a woman. She made this known on via her Instagram on Monday, July 17, 2018, where she shared photos and a video of herself and her boo.

"I was kind of nervous about this but fuckkkkkkkkk ittttttttttt! .......Clears throat sooooooooooooo I and my Girlfriend decided to create a couples page because why not   ‍♀️ go follow @dewyandsj ... ❤  " she captioned the video.

Charly Boy replies critics over daughter's relationship

Charly Boy has come out to reply critics who have gone wild over his daughter's romantic relationship with a woman. The veteran singer took to his Instagram page on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, where he gave an advice to those nosy followers who have been going crazy over her post.

"For Those going Gagas over my Princess Dewy's post. Hear This. The best thing about being true to yourself is that nobody can insult you by telling you what you have just told them. Acceptance has to come from, Within. I am blessed with beautiful Children and grandchildren. Love ❤️ em All. Thank you, God," he wrote.

Charly Boy gives daughter out in marriage

Maverick showbiz maestro and activist, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charlyboy, back in February 2018, gave out his first daughter,  to Mr Metu Anu, both from Imo State. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the duo tied the knot at a traditional wedding held at the Bride father’s home, situated on  Charly Boy Boulevard in Gwarimpa, Abuja.

The marriage rite was followed by a grand reception at the popular Evelyn Event Centre, which hosted celebrities both from within and outside the entertainment Industry. Government functionaries and heads of organisations, including a former minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, were in attendance.

Veteran Nollywood actors Francis Duru and Nkem Owoh were the Masters of Ceremony.