Wizkid's first babymama excited as her son Tife is about to clock 9

Wizkid's first babymama excited as her son Tife is about to clock 9

- Nigerian singer Wizkid’s first son, Boluwatife, is about to clock 9

- The singer’s first baby mama and mother of his child, Shola Ogudu, took to social media to gush over the young man

- The excited mum noted that she cannot keep calm about the big day and also appreciated God for keeping her son

Nigerian singer, Wizkid’s first baby mama, Shola Ogudu, has taken to social media to express her feeling of joy and satisfaction over the life of her son for the music superstar.

An elated Ogudu shared a post on her official Twitter page in which she gushed over her son, Boluwatife, who will soon clock the age of nine.

The proud mum in her post noted that her young champ will turn the age of nine in exactly nine days. She noted that the excitement from the realization has made it hard for her to star calm.

"My Son turns 9 in 9days... Gosh! How do someone keep calm laikdeez.. Cos I can’t!!! The butterflies in my tummy are fighting to come out!!!!! Goshh," the mother of one’s post read in part.

Ogudu went on to appreciate God for all he has done, adding that it has been keeping them all the way.

See the tweet below:

Ogudu’s relationship with the father of her son has been an interesting one that has stirred several controversies in the past. From the inception, Wizkid had a hard time accepting that he is the father of the child, until a DNA test confirmed his baby mama’s claims.

This has also been followed by Ogudu coming out on occasions to call out the father of three for neglecting his son and failing to carry out his fatherly responsibilities.

In a related story about the music star, YEN.com.gh compiled a report that featured Wizkid and his three sons. The singer has a son with Shola Ogudu, a second son with Binta Diallo and his third son with his manager, Jada Pollock.

The proud father of three has occasionally celebrated his children on his official social media pages.

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