On May 14, Davido and Sophia Momodu’s daughter, Imade, clocked one year and the proud parents are planing a hug party for their bundle of joy today.
In the spirit of the celebration, they had showered the adorable baby girl with sweet words.
Regardless of the controversy surrounding the birth and custody of the baby girl, Davido and Sophia took to their respective Instagram pages to wish their daughter the best in life.
See what the excited mother wrote on her Instagram: “She was born to be the ‘un-anxious’ presence in the room.. It was love at 1st sight. It was everything all at once..the kind of love you never fall back from. Never try to. Never want to. A love so big, so strong, it never dies. Never fades, never loses its electricity. The kind of love you fight for. The kind of girl you go to war for. The kind of love you never want to get away… We are not perfect but we made something incredibly perfect for what is done in love is done well. I’m grateful & humbled that God trusted me with you, I will never take it for granted. #HappyBirthdayDaughter#AuroraImadeAdelekeIs1?”?
And Davido is excited also, he wrote; “Happy birthday princess Imade!!! Daddy loves you!!! Turn up!!”.
Meanwhile Grammy Awards winning singer, Angelique Kidjo, is one of Africa’s finest whose name cannot be forgotten so easily considering her effort towards promoting the African music across the globe which has also been able to compete with other songs in the world.
The singer was recently in Nigeria and she disclosed that as a celebrity, she does not like the idea of going on red carpets events due to the fake things they do there.
She explained that what gives her joy at events she attends is her ability to perform on stage and give good delivery but never ready to start posing for the camera because she is tomboy.
Speaking with New Telegraph, she said, “But the thing is, sometimes I go to Grammies and sometimes I do not, because I do not like Red Carpet; I do not like the fake stuff and everybody will just keep clamouring and all that; I tell you what, I don’t like it at all.
“I just like being on stage, having fun doing my thing, but all the star stuff around it, I’m just too much of a tomboy to be met at a corner and somebody telling me to pose, I do not pose, I do what I want to do.”