- Singer Lyta and his baby mama Kemi have got people talking on social media
- Kemi said the singer has not contributed much to his son's welfare
- The aggrieved woman noted that she wanted Lyta to be involved in their son's life
All does not seem to be going well with the relationship of singer Lyta and his baby mama Kemi Ayorinde, as the mother of one recently called him out on social media.
Kemi dragged Lyta online while writing a letter to her future husband. According to her, the Nigerian singer cannot afford N13k to buy balloons for their child's upcoming 1st birthday.
Noting that she is not crying out because of the N13k, the mother of one stated that the singer has been selfish and she asked him for the money so as to get him involved in their child's life.
"I asked him to provide money for balloons cause as much as I dislike him and his selfish ways, I wanted him to feel involved in his child's life even in the littlest ways but he's not ready to do nothing. My father was useless too but not to this level and my son will never be."
Swipe left to read her full statement below:
As expected, Nigerians had something to say about Lyta's baby mama's rant online.
Read some comments below:
"If you must get pregnant make sure you have a steady income too."
"So balloons don reach 13k. This country na wa ooo."
"13k for balloon? Who dey blow am?"
"So she herself doesn’t have 13k naira?? A queen I Stan."
"Kids having kids. Why not talk to him instead ???"
"Honestly, I’m tired of this pattern, stop having kids for men who you ain’t married to, and if you do stop expecting much."
"Just pray make God nor Frustrate you with Woman."
"When two teenagers start a family."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Shola Ogudu reacted as Nigerians dragged Wizkid following her post on doing her best as a parent.
In the post, Ogudu who is the mother of the singer's first child, Boluwatife Balogun, talked about doing her best as a mother and a parent and added that the rest of the 'story' was for her son to share.
While some criticised Wizkid, others used the opportunity to compare his parental skills with that of Davido.
However, it appears Nigerians may have misconstrued the entrepreneur's post as she later came out to clear the air. According to her, the tweet had nothing to do with her son's father and the only reason she took it down was that she felt it was wrong timing.