‘I Met 2face Before Other Women, But My First Child Is His Fifth’ – Annie Idibia
The actress said she has been humiliated and embarrassed because of her husband’s other children.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Annie Idibia, a Nollywood actress, has revealed that her husband, 2Face Idibia, a music legend, had other children before they had their first kid together.
Young, Famous, and African, a Netflix reality show, featured the actress and her husband.
During a chat with some of the cast members of the show, the movie actor revealed this.
The actress claimed that she had been subjected to several humiliations and embarrassments, and that she would always wonder how 2face could do the same mistake twice.
“When you meet someone, then you know them first and then you wake up to different people are having babies for him and then he has five different kids with other women, my first child is his fifth and I met him before everybody,” she said.
“So you know what that is? You know how many humiliations and embarrassment and damn and I was like… man… How do you repeat the same mistake twice?”
Annie married 2Face in May 2012, and the couple has two kids, Isabella and Olivia.
The musician, on the other hand, has multiple children from different women.
With his first baby mama, Sumbo Ajaba, the singer has two boys, Nino and Zion.
Idibia and Pero Adeniyi have three children: Ehi, Justin, and Innocent, the youngest.
Sumbo is presently married to a well-known Lagos preacher.
Pero, who has recently made headlines for her tumultuous relationship with Annie, is not married.
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