Nigerian celebrities are the talk of the social media any day they share something new on their social media pages. Some, after getting married, post their photos and their social media pages while some, after giving birth share it on their social media pages to make it known to everyone so they could congratulate them and get updated about them.
Even with this, some celebrities tend to keep their private matters to themselves as some of them don't publish their private issues on their social media pages.
Some celebrities after giving birth, only update their social media pages to let everyone know that they've given birth. Even after posting this, some of them don't post the picture of their child.
On this article, we will be talking about some famous Nigerian celebrities who are hiding their children faces from the social media.
1. Media personality, Stephanie Coker and David Aderinokun
3. Davido and Chioma
4. Actress Linda Ejiofor baby and Ibrahim Suleiman
5. Funke Akindele and JJCSkillz
6. Nina and Ibrahim Suleiman
7. Actress Regina Daniels and Ned Nwoko
8 Toyin Abraham and Kolawole Oluwasegun
9. BBNaija house mates Teddy A and Bambam
10. Simi and Adekunle Gold
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