- Legendary Nigerian singer 2baba bonds with his family during Covid-19 lockdown
- The African Queen crooner, his wife, Annie Idibia, their two daughters, Olivia and Isabella, were dancing to his song in a video
- 2baba featured Burna Boy in the song titled We Must Groove
Nigerian music icon, 2baba Idibia, is definitely living his best isolation while staying at home with his family, wife, and two daughters during the lockdown as they enjoy the best of family life.
Being indoor for weeks is not enough to stop the legendary singer and his beautiful nuclear family from catching fun as they were recorded gyrating to 2baba's song with Burna Boy, We Must Groove.
His lovely actress wife, Annie Idibia shared an adorable video of Idibias comprising of 2baba, herself, and their lovely daughters together, Isabella and Olivia, dancing.
In the video, while 2baba was singing along to the song playing in the background, Annie and their daughters were seen dancing and miming to the song. The children were trying hard to outdo themselves dancing and their mum was not left out. The legendary singer too showed his signature dance step.
Watch the family bond in the video below:
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The lockdown has good to a lot of families who have been too busy with work and business that they have less time to spend with their immediate family.
In another news, Nollywood veteran actor, Richard Mofe Damijo popularly known as RMD, recently advised the menfolks to use the opportunity of the lockdown to not only bond with their family but also render some help for their wife in the kitchen taking care of the family stomach.
Over the past few years, Nigerian women started calling for gender equality in society. Although not many people, especially men, are comfortable about this, advocates continue to hold a conversation around the subject matter.
Just recently, celebrities took to their social media pages to lend their voices to the call for gender equality in Nigeria. Many shared photos of them or a family member contributing their quota to the discussion around the gender topic. RMD has also lent his voice to this conversation.
The actor took to his official Instagram page to call for gender equality and shared a photo of himself doing dishes in his kitchen.
He went on to share a personal story of him as an only child. He said being in that position did not give him any choice than to do house chores. He stated that he was raised by his mother to do all chores.
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