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Nigeria: Kemi Olunloyo Accuses Davido of Abandoning His Alleged 1st Daughter (Photos)


Controversial Nigerian social media blogger Kemi Olunloyo is all out for Davido again. Ever since the young singer called threw shades at her, Olunloyo has on several occasions insulted Davido on her Twitter handle.

Aside from accusing the singer of breaking up with his celebrity girlfriend, Chioma Avril Rowland, the ex-governor’s daughter has once again accused Davido of abandoning his alleged first daughter. The young lady is 5-year-old.

According to Olunloyo, she claimed that the paternity test which was conducted when the story was first reported on social media was fake. She added that, Davido’s family bribed the doctor to alter the DNA test.

Her tweets read: “#THREAD I am representing an #Ibadan woman as Publicist. Go to Instagram #HNNAfricaPR. She says Mr David A. Adeleke #Davido fathered her daughter 5 years ago and continues to deny support and care for their little girl. Her name is Miss Grace Ayotomide Labinjo. This is Miss M. Anuoluwapo Adeleke, Davido’s alleged FIRST daughter before Imade and Veronica. Labinjo does not want media people to keep calling her daughter ‘alleged’. She had a brief relationship with Davido when he was an upcoming music star and they consented. Miss M. Anuoluwapo Adeleke, Davido’s alleged FIRST daughter has stopped going to school. Her grandmother mother wept on the phone to me saying she and her daughter could not afford to pay her school fees and she’s homeschooled. Davido has constantly rejected requests. According to Davido’s daughter’s grandmother, Mrs Ropo Labinjo, the paternity test results were ALTERED. Both mom and grandmother say the doctor was paid heavily by Davido even after Deji Adeleke had paid the lab fee so it looked like a bribe to distort the results.

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