Davido reacts to comments about Wizkid assaulting his baby mamas

It was a dramatic scene on the internet when Jada, one of the Nigerian superstar, Wizkid’s baby mama accused him of domestic violence.


Barely 24 hours after Wizkid celebrated his birthday, Jada Pollock, one of his baby mama who doubled as his manager announced she is done with him.

She accused the singer of domestic violence even though she has been praising him against haters for a while.

She wrote:

From today I and Ayo no longer work together. I’ve been in an abusive relationship with him for years covering for him time and time again. And I’m tired. Wiz continuously puts his hand on me, leaves me with bruises that I cover up from the world including my family and friends. It often feels like we are war in the same house. I have done all I can do to keep this all together but from today I let go. You can support someone as much as you can but at some point, you have to value yourself. I can’t raise my son in this kind of environment,

However, Davido a rival artiste to Wizkid has joined the various celebrities commenting on the issue as she endorsed a point raised by one of the commenters.

A user, queenxxtrate replied to Jada’s post that:

Okada stop me here.. but you were siding with him to be the favorite baby mama.. women should learn how to support one another.

Davido obviously loved this point as he put a “like” on the comment.

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Wizkid himself is yet to respond or react to the allegation as the Sunday Are, a manager to him refused to talk about the matter when approached.

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