Annie Idibia Says 2Baba Did Not Irresponsibly Father Multiple Children
The couple’s relationship has not been without controversy.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Annie Idibia, an actress, has defended her husband, 2Baba, despite criticism over his previous relationships.
Annie stated on the Netflix reality program ‘Young, Famous, and African,’ that 2Baba has only fathered children with two other women other than her.
Contrary to popular belief, Annie stressed that labeling his deeds as errors would be wrong since his children are blessings.
She stated, “Innocent has kids with two women, just two besides me, and then two other women with five kids, three and two. You see, it’s not like the young man was having babies, like they say, or like the narrative is out there. They are bashing this guy for mistakes. I wouldn’t even say mistakes; that’s wrong because all our kids are blessings; you should see them.”
2Baba previously stated his conviction that males are naturally driven to cheat.
2Baba had previously believed that men are inclined to cheat due to their nature. “Like it or not, men are wired like that. A man will love a woman to hell, but maybe he is somewhere; his d**k would just decide something to f**k,” he candidly stated.
Baba and Annie married in May 2012, cementing their relationship.
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