- Media personality Moet Abebe has taken to social media to heap praise on Nollywood actress Ini Edo
- Taking to her Instastory channel, Moet explained that her level of respect has increased for the film star who welcomed a child through surrogacy
- Moet added that surrogacy is the way to go for women who want peace of mind and do not want baby daddy issues in their lives
Popular media personality Moet Abebe has joined a host of Nigerians to congratulate actress Ini Edo and commend her for choosing to welcome a child into the world through surrogacy.
Recall that Legit.ng had previously reported that the Nollywood star opened up about her surrogacy journey and how she decided to have a donor in place of a partner.
Ini in an interview with Stella Dimoko Korkus said:
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“Yes I do have a daughter and I had her through surrogacy. The Eggs are mine and so genetically she's my blood. I chose this path to fulfil my dream of becoming a mother.”
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Taking to her Instastory, Moet explained that she has a new level of respect for Ini who chose to embrace surrogacy.
According to her, Ini’s case is proof that women can start their own families independently.
The media personality added that women who do want peace of mind and do not want to deal with baby daddy issues should embrace surrogacy.
In her words:
"Like if you want peace of mind and no baby daddy drama, this is the way to go yo."
See a screenshot of her post below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Moet Abebe took taken to her Instagram stories to rant about the attitude of Lagos landlords towards single women.
The popular media personality said many of them are demanding that she has a man who will stand in for her before she can rent a place.
Moet listed the important questions that should concern them rather than bother about her marital status.
"Yes, I'm a woman. Yes, I'm single. Yes, I can pay my rent in full. Yes, I have a job, and Yes, I'm a law abiding citizen.... Aren't these meant to be the requirements? And not my marital status. This is just so backward and I can't get over it."