Why is Adesua and Banky W covering the face of their baby?
By Samwrites02 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Part of the best news that broke the internet last month February was the news that, Adesua Etomi and her handsome husband, Banky W welcomed a baby Boy. Adesua, who gave birth to her Son, Zariah about two weeks after she broke the news was greeted with several congratulatory messages from fans and colleagues in the movie Industry.
It was indeed joy unlimited for the Couples after they had waited for 4 years following their luxury wedding on the 19th of November, 2017. However, Adesua shared a pictorial illustration of herself during pregnancy recently on her Official Instagram page.
But in one of the slides she posted, she revealed her Son, Zariah, but not fully. The slide showcased the body of their Son, but they decided to cover his face. This has raised concern in my mind that, why would they be covering his face despite revealing his body?
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