Meet The Unpopular But Amazing Wife Of Olamide Baddo - The Woman Behind His Achievements
Her name is Adebukunmi Aisha Sulaimon, the unpopular but amazing wife of Olamide Adedeji.
This beautiful lady is the mother of Olamide's first son, Batifeori Maximilliano. She won Baddo's heart. According to Olamide in one of his songs, he said: 'I'm not Yemi my lover'. This shows Olamide is not a man that is entangled with feeling but Aisha won his heart in the long run.
Olamide’s first baby mama and partner, Adebukumi Aisha Suleiman gave birth to two sons within four years. Bukunmi bore Maximilian Boluwatife Adedeji and Tunrepin Myles Adedeji. In 2018, there were reports that Olamide got engaged to his lover of seven years, Aisha. Olamide's love for Aisha has always been special as it is even rumoured that back in 2015, one of his hit singles 'Melo Melo' was dedicated to her.
See the beautiful photos of her:
A throwback photo of her sleeping while olamide took a picture of her.
A typical family picture of Olamide and his girlfriend with their offsprings.
Aisha is said to be one of Olamide's biggest fan. She is a source of motivation to the famous indigenous rapper. What do you think about her?
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