Wizkid son’s skin tone has weighed down some fans, and his mother is aware – but she appears to have none of those concerns, and wants everyone to follow suit.
Binta Diamond Diallo, second baby mama of Ayodeji Balogun, which is the popular singer’s real name, said she’s “literally getting sick and tired” of hearing how the 5-year-old boy is getting “black”.
“Please try to do something,” a concerned fan wrote.
King Ayo is five.
In response, Binta stated that king Ayo has his father’s skin colour – not hers – and that the hot summer season meant that the boy’s skin wouldn’t be as it ought to.
“I’m literally getting sick & tired of hearing abt how my son is getting black. Like really? It’s summer out here and it’s hot of and he plays outside every day and be at the pool. So of course he’s skin tone gets darker during summertime. BTW king Ayo has his papa’s skin colour, not mine. Like do y’all want me to bleach my baby or something. wtf,” she said.
Wizkid, 31, has three sons: Boluwatife borne by Oluwanisola Ogudu in 2011; 5-year-old Ayodeji from Binta Diallo; and in 2017, Zion came thanks to Jada Pollock.
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