Binta Diallo, the mother of Wizkid's second son, Ayodeji Balogun, appeared to have had enough of the criticism of her son's skin as she poured her heart out to a concerned critic who pointed out the change in Ayo's skin colour during a question and answer section on instagram.
In the section, Binta told her followers to ask her any question, and a follower went on to point out to the mother of one that her son's skin is getting darker and as such, she needs to do something about it.
He said: "king Ayo is getting black please try to do something... Love you."
Reacting to this, Binta said she was getting sick and tired of people telling her that her son is getting darker. She went on to say that the reason for the darker tone of her son's skin is because he mostly plays outside during summer season. She added that her son however has a darker skin tone like his father, Wizkid, and questioned critics if they want her to go on and bleach her son so he become fair.
She said: "I'm literally getting sick and tired to hear about how my son is getting black, like really? It's summer out here and it's hot... and he plays outside everyday and be at the pool. So off course, his skin tone gets darker during summer time. By the way, king Ayo has his Papa's skin colour, not mine. Like do you all want me to Bleach my baby or something..."
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