Popular Nigerian singer Davido’s 1st baby mama Sophia Momodu shared a screenshot showing chats between her and a friend. This came on after Davido’s current lover Chioma popularly known as Chef Chi was spotted wearing a T-shirt with the inscription “Alpha Females don’t run in packs”. Her friend wrote ” Wavemaker, Nawa everybody and they mama swear they are alpha females now”, and she replied “I am screaming, Yea I’d like to now start selling some of my friends because I am done you hear me? Done!
Recall that Davido’s first baby mama Sophia Momodu has made it known that she is not to be played with. The beautiful mom of one took to her IG page to share stunning images of herself adding a warning as her caption. She made it known that she is an alpha female and cannot be toyed with.
She shared beautiful pictures of herself and captioned it as ‘2019 is not the year to come for an alpha female who’s minding her business period’. Photos below:-
Davido recently shaded his first Baby Mama, and it seems all is not well with Davido and his 1st baby mama, sophia momodu. Few days ago, Davido praised his 2nd baby mama, Amanda, saying she doesn’t give ‘wahala’.
He also shared a photo of his girlfriend Chioma, and then shared a middle finger photo, insinuating ‘f*ck you’ to whoever. Well, many felt the middle finger was for his first baby mama sophia.
Sophia Momodu, the mother of singer Davido’s first child, Imade Adeleke, has reacted to the LifeTime documentary on R Kelly ‘Surviving R Kelly’, which provided an appalling glimpse into the harm the singer allegedly inflicted upon dozens of women. She took to Snapchat after watching the docu-series and wrote; “I watched surviving R Kelly . If you think I am overly protective of my girl child, I’ve got news for you..It just tripled.”
“Surviving R. Kelly,” is an extremely important piece of reporting, and the number of survivors, family members, former business associates, and people close to Kelly who share close and personal stories about his years of addiction, manipulation and alleged abuse of women and girls will be eye-opening to those who haven’t followed the details of Kelly coverage across two decades. Lifetime premiered its six-part docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly,” dream hampton’s detailed look at the musician’s history of epic narcissism and disturbing allegations of a long-standing pattern of sexual abuse and domestic violence from multiple accusers, including those who were teenagers when they say the abuse happened.