“My 20s Have Been the Most Confusing Years of My Life”: Davido’s 4th Baby Mama Larissa Laments on Social Media
- One of Nigerian singer Davido’s baby mamas, Larissa London, recently took to social media to lament about her life
- The young lady shared a video of preacher Sarah Jakes Roberts’ sermon and accompanied it with an interesting caption
- Larissa had complained about her 20s and noted that it was the most confusing years of her life as she asked God when it would stop
Top Nigerian singer Davido’s fourth baby mama, Larissa London, has made the news after she took to social media to lament.
On her official Instagram page, the young makeup artist admitted that her life has been very confusing, especially her 20s.
Larissa shared a video of a preacher, Sarah Jakes Roberts’ sermon and accompanied it with a side note where she expressed her feelings.
According to Larissa, her 20s are the most confusing years of her life. Not stopping there, she proceeded to ask God when it would stop.
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In her words:
“My 20s have been the most confusing years of my life. God? When will it stop”
See a screenshot of her post below:
Zlatan Ibile and babymama spark breakup rumours
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian rapper, Zlatan Ibile, appears to be having relationship trouble with his baby mama, Davita Lamai.
Rumours had spread on social media that the couple had parted ways and fans took to investigating.
It also did not help that a look through Zlatan’s followers list showed that he was no longer following his baby mama and a search through her page also showed that she was no longer following him.
Davido’s manager Asika lists top artists whose careers OBO saved
Legit.ng recalls reporting that popular music manager, Asa Asika, recently sparked emotions with a post he shared on his page hailing his principal, Davido, for holding steadfast to his famous mantra, "We rise by lifting others".
In his post, Asa Asika listed singers like Kizz Daniel, Skiibii, Lyta, Lil Kesh, Ajebo Hustlers, Olakira and Humblesmith as some of the Nigerian singers whose music careers were saved by Davido by jumping on a remix with them.
The music manager also listed artists from other African countries, like Nasty C, Focalistic, and Diamond whose careers got a boost from Davido.