- Popular Nigerian singer and mother of one, Simi, has opened up on how motherhood changed her
- The music star said raising a child gives people more empathy because they see how it goes
- Simi recounted how she used to feel parents should be able to control their kids when they are being lousy in public and now realises it’s not easy
Top Nigerian singer, Simi, has spoken on motherhood and how it has changed her mindset.
In a new video shared on her Instagram story, the music star recounted how she used to be in places where she just needed to rest or have fun like the mall but then sees people’s children running around and wonders why their parents can’t talk to them.
However, the singer has now said that raising a child just gives a person more empathy because she is wearing those shoes and sees how it goes.
According to her, it’s not really about her but about the child and she now understands better and feels more empathy towards others.
See the video below:
After the video made the rounds, internet users shared their thoughts about it. A number of them agreed with the singer. Read what some of them had to say below:
“That’s so true..... the love for children is unimaginable.”
“Experience is the best teacher. I pray all the ladies seeing this comment will get pregnant and give birth to many children, that will be jumping up and shouting "Mummy! Daddy!"
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“Being in situations you once judged makes you empathic, you finally understand it’s not as easy as it looks.”
“You won’t know until you get there. Shout out to all moms though you’re doing well.”
“Having a child would definitely change your life completely.”
In other news, Legit.ng reported that the former Oyo state governor's daughter, Grace Ladoja, welcomed a baby boy with rapper, Teezee.
The couple had shared photos from their baby shower and fans gushed at how cute they looked together.
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