Legendary singer, 2face Idibia popularly known as 2face or 2baba is a proud father of seven children. His children have been in news for a while now due to their outstanding performances in schools, birthday parties and so on.
The Afro-Pop music Artist is a father of 7 children from three different mothers.
Aside from his wife Annie Idibia, the other two baby Mamas who gave birth to his kids are Pero Adeniyi and Sumbo Ajaba.
Sumbo Ajaba gave birth to his two sons Zion and Nino why Pero Adeniyi is the mother of his three children namely; Justin Agaba, Innocent Ejeh Oluwakitan, and daughter Ehibenzy Idibia.
Here, we are interested in his daughter Ehibenzy Idibia. She is the very first daughter of the music legend. She was honoured with an award in United States in 2016 with a certificate of achievement by the black community of Howard County, Maryland. She is intelligent, pretty and look so much like the music legend.
Early this year, the legend took to his Instagram to appreciate his first baby mama for the care and love towards his children. He also announced that Ehi, his first daughter would be heading to high school. Ehi has really grown into a beautiful woman.
Ehi was born in 2006 and looking at her photos, she is the carbon copy or female version of her Daddy 2face Idibia.
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