Bam Bam Recalls Meeting Teddy A For The First Time
Teddy A says that when they married, Bam Bam helped him develop his spiritual life.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Teddy A and Bam Bam, Nigerian reality TV stars, were guests on Pulse’s ‘Fun Facts’ Valentine’s Day program, where they discussed their marriage, starting a family, and love.
Several intriguing questions concerning Bam Bam and Teddy A’s relationship were posed to them. It was fascinating to observe the couple’s chemistry.
“When I saw you in the house I was like this is the typical kind of person our parents used to warn us about…problem…danger. But look at me now,” she said stroking her belly bump.
First, we inquired as to Bam Bam’s reaction when she first met Teddy A.
The pair also discussed their first date, which Bam Bam described as “one of the most unforgettable experiences of her life.”
Bam Bam characterized her spouse as protective, principled, and annoyance-inducing.
Teddy A stated that his wife’s passive-aggressive demeanor reminds him of his mother when asked what Bam Bam does that irritates him the most.
We wanted to know what Bam Bam thought was Teddy A’s biggest success as we continued to ask the celebrity pair more questions about their relationship.
“I believe one of his greatest achievements is holding the family down. I wouldn’t want to mention the other one because it is still cooking,” she said.
Teddy A stated that his closeness to God, his wife’s objectives, and simply being with his wife are the three things he enjoys most about their relationship.
After appearing on the third season of Big Brother Naija, Bam Bam and Teddy A became a couple. It came as no surprise when the pair decided to marry in 2019.
In a few months, they will have their second child together.
In 2020, Bam Bam and Teddy A had their first child.
They had a beautiful wedding ceremony in Dubai, which was attended by the couple’s friends and family.
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