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Davido, Wizkid, Flavour.. celebrity patrons of Nigeria’s baby mama association

Flavour is a poster boy of celebrities with baby mama in Nigeria | TheCable.ng

If you type ‘baby mama,’ ‘Nigeria’ and ‘business’ in your Google search, don’t be shocked to find guidelines on how to become a baby mama.

The baby mama wave has become commonplace among celebrities – and even regular Nigerians.

It is such a big deal that there’s even an unofficial baby mama association on social media.

Nowadays, numerous celebrities have baby mamas while there are some who have multiple and/or are married to none.

They are the chief baby-daddies of the entertainment industry.

Here they are:

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WIZKID
WIZKID

With three Billboard Awards under his belt and a possible BET award on the way this year, Wizkid is the proud father of two sons born to him by two different women.

His first son, Boluwatife Balogun (6-years-old), was born by Sola Ogudugu, while King Ayo, his second son, was recently birthed by US-based Guinean model, Binta Diamond Diallo.

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FLAVOUR
FLAVOUR

The Igbo highlife singer has carved a niche for himself when it comes to beauty queens.

In 2015, Flavour made headlines when it became news that former Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) winner, Anna Banner, had given birth to his child.

Prior to that time, the beauty queen had starred in his romantic hit song, Golibe.

But before Anna, a there was Sandra Okagbue, who gave birth to Flavour’s first child in 2014. Like Banner, Okagbue is also a former beauty queen.

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DAVIDO
DAVIDO

The self-acclaimed Omo Baba Olowo (OBO) doesn’t shy away from controversy, or even baby mama drama.

Davido, who has two baby mamas, has had a recurring public war of words with one of them, Sophie Momodu.

Last month, Davido welcomed his second child with an Atlanta, US-based woman, Amanda.

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2BABA
2BABA

Long before Wizkid, Davido and Flavour, there was 2baba – who was (probably still is) the ambassador of the multiple baby mamas industry.

While still cruising on the international success of his hit song, African Queen, 2baba was hit by series of baby mama allegations that could have derailed his booming career if it wasn’t well managed.

All in all, 2baba is the proud father of seven children from three different women. He is currently married to Anne Idibia – his former baby mama and girlfriend.

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9ICE
9ICE

9ice has four children from three different women.

His first son, Zion, is a product of his union with ex-wife Toni Payne, in 2008.

The singer also has a set of twins with Victoria Godis and a fourth child who was born in 2014, by Olasunkanmi Ajala.

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Oritse Femi
Oritse Femi

Oritsefemi has three children with three different women.

After saying that he has no intention of marrying any of his baby mamas, he recently tied the knot with PR expert, Nabila Fash.

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IK OGBONNA
IK OGBONNA

IK Ogbonna joined the ranks of celebrities with multiple baby mamas in 2015, when his Colombian-born fiancee (now wife), Sonia Morales, delivered his first son, Ace.

Before his marriage and birth of Ace, the bald actor already had a daughter from a different woman.

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SEGUN ARINZE
SEGUN ARINZE

In all, Nollywood actor, Segun Arinze, has six children from four different women.

Three of his children are from his current wife, one was born by his ex-wife, Ann Njemanze, and the remaining two are allegedly from two unknown women.

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JJC
JJC

Currently married to Nollywood sweetheart, Funke Akindele, JJC is a proud father of three children from three different women.

JJC’s children are all grown with the oldest currently in her early twenties.

 

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