There s one thing that can make a father proud of his offspring. And that could the similarity between their resemblance. However, most father's would be so proud & delighted to have them.
Without much emphasis, In today's article, we shall be talking about a popular artiste in Nigeria, Tuface Idibia whose son is just a typical example of him. In others words, His son is just a carbon copy of him.
Popular Nigerian-born artiste, Innocent Idibia but he's popularly known as Tuface or 2Baba which happens to be his stage name. He's a talented and creative singer whose songs have inspired many. He has won so many awards and endorsements. He's also a role model to every other upcoming celebrity.
Well, the artiste is already a father of 7 children and they're from 3 different women. (4 boys & 3 girls respectively)
And talking about his three wives, Anne Idibia, Sumbo Ajaba & Pero Adeniyi in respectively.
Below is a photo of them
Peru Adeniyi is the daughter of a very wealthy businessman in Nigeria. And she was the first baby mama of Tuface Idibia. However, they produced three children within the short period they were together.
Afterward, Tuface Idibia met another lady, whose name is Sumbo Ajaba and she conceived the look-alike son of Tuface Idibia. She's obviously the second baby mama to him.
Then it wasn't long when he met Annie Macaulay, his current wife and they have produced two girls so far.
Below are photos of Tuface and his look-alike son
Photos of Sumbo Ajaba & children
Photos of Peru Adeniyi & her children
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