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You will not make it to labour room”-Olamide, Skales make fun of Davido’s pregnancy scandal

by Lovina

Rappers Olamide and Skales made remarks on the ongoing rumored pregnancy saga surrounding the Nigerian singer Davido.

Davido has been making headlines for days given that several women, including Anita Brown from the United States, Ivanna from France, and Chisom from Nigeria, claimed to be pregnant for him,

Olamide and Skales were the first in the music industry to speak out on the issue, while many of Davido’s colleagues chose to remain silent.

Skales made a lighthearted joke about being pregnant for OBO while discussing Davido’s pregnancy scandal on Twitter.

He wrote:

“E be like say me sef don carry belle for David o ….”

See the tweet below:

Following Skales’ tweet, a netizen affirmed that the rapper wouldn’t make it to the labour room.

YBNL boss Olamide found the netizen’s comment highly amusing and responded with a series of laughing emojis, indicating his amusement at the situation.

“I didn’t know Chioma is pregnant”- Anita Brown spills as she sends love to Davido’s wife

Anita Brown, Davido’s supposed pregnant side chic, has made a shocking revelation regarding his wife, Chioma Rowland.

Anita has verified that the Chef is expecting her second child with the singer, some 8 months after the death of her first kid.

In a viral video, Anita validated Chioma’s preganacy by sending a message to the singer’s wife.

Anita stated she had no idea Chioma was pregnant and couldn’t imagine putting her through any stress.

“I don’t know Chioma is pregnant, and she shouldn’t be going through this. I don’t wish her bad”.

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