Meet Wizkid Three Babymama's and What They Do.
Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun popularly and widely known as Wizkid is a famous Nigerian singer and songwriter. The singer who is aged 30 started his musical career at the age of 11 and has since made his way to the top of the musical ladder.
Wizkid is the father of three male children from three different women, Sola, Binta and Jada.
Meet his three babymama's and what they do below:
1) Sola Ogudugu:
Sola Ogudugu is Wizkid first baby mama and the mother of his first son and child Boluwatife Balogun. She got pregnant in 2011 when Wizkid was just 21 years old. Sola whose full name is oluwanishola is a brand influencer and a creative director.
Binta Diamond is Wizkid second baby mama and the mother of his second son Ayo Balogun. Binta gave birth to Ayo on the 15th of January, 2015, 4 years after Wizkid first son Boluwatife was born.
When Binta gave birth to her son Ayo, Wizkid had denied being the father but later accepted he was the father after a DNA test was carried out. Binta thereafter named her son after his father Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun.
Binta Diallo owns a fashion luxury shop which serves as her source of income.
3) Jada Pallock:
Jada Pallock is Wizkid third baby mama and the mother of his third son Zion. Jada welcomed Zion in 2017. Jada was born in London and had worked as a stylist before she ventured into the musical industry to help those with talent grow in fame.
Jada was wizkid manager and baby mama but in 2019 had revealed to the public that she no longer work with Wizkid after she accused him of domestic violence.
(Photo credit and source: Instagram)
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