Wizkids first baby mama, Shola has warned ladies to stop sending nudes to their nine year old son, Tife. Shola Ogudu the mother of Wizkid’s first son Boluwatife has warned some women to desist from sending inappropriate photos to her son, through his social media page.
The mother of the 9 year old boy said that grown up ladies and women are sending inappropriate pictures to her young son. She however warned them to desist from such act as it is improper for the little boy, and she would not hesitate to expose them if they fail to put an end to such act.
My son is just 9 years old and the kind of immoral messages he gets from grown up women in his instagram page is really surprising. What does a 9 year old boy needs these pictures for. If you want to shoot your shots, there are men within your age brackets.
.This is the final warning and that is why I used his page to warn them or else, I won’t hesitate to screenshot is and post for the world to see.
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