Uche Maduagwu emphasized that Davido should not give the impression that his lover, Chioma, is behind his actions. He also stated that the public does not want another drama involving legendary singer 2Baba and his wife, Annie Idibia.
Most talked-about Nollywood actor Uche Maduagwu has warned Afrobeats star Davido after he unfollowed his second baby mama, Amanda.
Uche Maduagwu to Davido: We don’t want another Annie/2Baba situation
Davido and his second baby mama recently unfollowed each other on social media. Of course, everyone who knows Davido’s relationship with his baby mamas knows that he rarely fights with Amanda.
Everyone who knows Davido’s relationship with his baby mamas knows that he rarely fights with Amanda. Davido once referred to her as the “most peaceful” baby mama.
This surprising move comes just weeks after he unfollowed his first baby mama, Sophia Momodu.
Uche Maduagwu took to Instagram to respond to Davido’s unfollowing his second baby mama. Davido should not unfollow his baby mamas, according to Uche.
He stated that God does not desire over sabin, and Chioma had not asked him to go to that extent. Uche emphasized that Davido should not give the impression that his lover, Chioma, is behind his actions.
He also stated that the public does not want another drama involving legendary singer 2Baba and his wife, Annie Idibia.
He wrote: “This is wrong, oga David, no dey unfollow other mama of your pikins to impress allegedly. Chef, my sister no send you a message, aseju ni Olorun ko fe.
No Dey make them think sey na Chioma dey advice you ou to unfollow Dem; we no want another Annie/2baba Kind of matter Abeg, Family is everything”.
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