Nigeria’s music industry has witnessed several scandals and controversies involving top musicians and their baby mamas. One of such controversies involves the popular musician, Davido, and his first baby mama, Sophia Momodu. Sophia, who is the mother of Davido’s first child, Imade, recently opened up about her worst fear, which has now become her reality.
During an Instagram live session with fans, Sophia revealed that raising a child alone was her greatest fear, but sadly, that is her current situation after the singer abandoned their daughter, Imade. “My worst fear has happened to me, so I don’t think anything scares me in life anymore. I never wanted to raise a child alone, and now I’m doing it,” she said.
Sophia’s revelation has sparked a lot of reactions from fans and followers on social media, with many sympathizing with her plight. Some fans have also criticized Davido for allegedly neglecting his responsibilities as a father. This is not the first time that Sophia has accused Davido of being a deadbeat father. In a series of recent social media posts, Sophia seemingly accused her baby daddy of neglecting their daughter’s welfare.
Sophia’s decision to change her daughter’s surname has also generated a lot of controversy. She stated that she had been playing the role of mom and dad to their daughter, Imade, and that she deserved to have her surname changed to hers. However, Davido’s family has opposed the move, stating that it is not in the best interest of the child.
The Davido-Sophia saga is one of the many cases of baby mama drama that have rocked the Nigerian music industry. Many musicians have been accused of neglecting their responsibilities as fathers, while others have been embroiled in legal battles with their baby mamas over child custody and support.
As the controversy continues to unfold, it is important for both parties to consider the welfare of their child. Imade deserves to have a happy and healthy upbringing, and it is the responsibility of both parents to ensure that this happens. It is also important for society to support single mothers who are raising children alone, as they face numerous challenges and obstacles.
In conclusion, Sophia Momodu’s revelation about her fear of raising a child alone is a wake-up call for all parents to take their responsibilities seriously. It is not enough to just father a child; one must also be actively involved in their upbringing and welfare. As for Sophia, we can only hope that she finds the strength and support she needs to raise her daughter, Imade, and give her the best possible life.