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Three Girls Are Fighting Over Wizkid’s 10-Year Old Son Boluwatife In School – Mother Narrates

Shola Ogudu, the baby mama of Wizkid, has disclosed how three girls are fighting over her son, Boluwatife in school.

The fight for the heart of Boluwa is so serious that the headmaster of the school is not happy.

Shola shared the hilarious information on social media saying the headmaster complained that the fight between these three girls has become the center of events in the school and its distracting academic activities.

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She said the headmaster asked her to advice her son else he will be compelled to invite both parents to the school for an emergency meeting.

In the chat she shared, Shola opined that she is not surprised Boluwatife is having such experience because the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

In other words, Boluwatife is just like his celebrity father Wizkid who has several women chasing after him.

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Wizkid and Shola Ogudu met at the age of 19 and got pregnant for his first child.

Shola disclosed via social media that she didn’t realize she was pregnant until after the 5th month when her belly grew.

Explaining herself she said her monthly period was flowing and she saw no signs of pregnancy.

“I remember the day I found out I was preggers! After 5 monthsss… Damn!!! I Swear I died and rose again!” she revealed in 2015 to Y Naija.

“It’s as possible as possible can be. Speaking from experience that is. I didn’t know I was pregnant until after five months (and was still seeing my monthly period),” she wrote as a reply to a fan who was asking.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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