- Media personality Maria Okan recently set the record straight with an online crush
- The crush had stated that he would have loved to father her child if he had money
- Reacting, the OAP made it clear that she does not take money from any man to fend for her daughter
Popular Nigerian media personality and former Beat FM OAP, Maria Okan, recently set the record straight with an online crush that expressed his wishful thinking in her comment section.
Shortly after Okan posted a beautiful photo of herself, the individual commented by noting that he used to have a crush on her. He went on to note that he could have been the father of her child if he was wealthy.
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"My crush that year, money good abeg if I was rich now, I could have been the papa of your baby. Happy New Year beautiful," the comment read.
Reacting to the post, Okon beckoned on her crush not to say things like that and put himself down.
She went on to share a word of advice with him by noting that he should be a good person and he will attract someone similar. The OAP explained further that people look for different things when seeking to choose a partner.
Using herself as an example, the radio diva noted that she looks after her daughter with her money, and does not receive or ask from help from other men, except the child’s grandfather.
See the exchange between the two below:
A troll on the page speculated that Okan’s comment was a shade directed at rapper Olamide, who has been rumored to be the father of her child.
See screenshot below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously Okan left social media users talking after she took to the platform to share full photos of her three-month-old daughter reportedly fathered by singer, Olamide. Months after welcoming her baby girl, neither Okan nor Olamide, have come out to speak about their alleged affair.
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