- Gospel musician Lanre Teriba doesn’t seem to be moved by a recent call out one his baby mamas
- Hours after the woman cried out to the world on social media, Teriba took to his Instagram page with a video from one of his recent music performances
- Some fans and followers who were spotted in the comment section urged the gospel musician to sort issues with his baby mama
Gospel musician, Lanre Teriba, has shared his first post since his baby mama called him out in a lengthy post shared on social media.
The singer doesn’t seem to be moved by the call-out as his post was a video that was recorded at one of his recent stage performances.
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The men sprayed money on the gospel singer as he serenaded them with sweet music. Check out the video below:
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However, fans and followers who reacted to the post urged the singer to address the call out from the mother of his children.
Read some comments sighted below:
"Uncle go and do the right thing...omo ita."
"If the children are really yours, go and take care of them. That you suffered why growing up those it mean your children have to go through the same sht!!! People are hustling to make sure their children don’t suffer, stop being WEEKEND abeg."
"Fake Christians and fake people, your blessing can only flow when kids and wife happy period."
"They are your kids be responsible a dara nta madara nile wicked man if I hear u say you are back to God again ehn thunder go fire you ni."
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Lanre Teriba wades into Tope Alabi, Yinka Alaseyori drama
In a video on social media, the male singer was seen mounting a stage to heavily lambaste Tope Alabi while showing support for Alaseyori.
Alaseyori on the other hand seemed quite uncomfortable by Teriba’s action and fans reacted to the video online.