Not everything should trickle down to one’s ex – Davido’s baby mama, Sophia Momodu tells critics
Sophia Momodu, the first babymama of music star, Davido has shared her thoughts on how a woman should be able to carry on with her life without every single thing she does trickling down to an ex.
The mother of one started by talking about how it should be okay for unmarried parents to take care of their kids without a third party or critic judging them.
Sophia Momodu went on to mention other situations that should be normalized, mostly about relationships and judging people based on what is seen in media outlets. See her long tweet below:
“It’s ok for 2 people to have a child together, NOT be together however decide to co parent in peace for a greater good without faceless people behind fake pages projecting their insecurities on them.. #Normalizelt
If you dislike a person so intensely because a faceless blogger told you so.. you need to check yourself into a mental institute ASAP!
I know this would upset the faceless & insecure but have you ever seen a gorgeous, intelligent, industrious, highly blessed & favored woman without options when it comes to the opposite sex? Lol it’s truly laughable
As an African woman it should be ok to prioritize one’s self, peace, relationship with God & personal growth over all else without being trolled by the faceless & insecure #NormalizeThisTheMOST
Gentility o she stupidity #LetsAIlBeGuided
It’s ok to watch a sermon & tweet whatever resonates with your spirit without it being about anyone.. #Normalizelt
It’s ok for a woman to decide to carry on with her life without every single thing she does trickling down to an ex.. #NormalizeThis
I believe people should be checked into mental institutions for speaking so confidently on people they don’t know personally, just because you see them on tv or on social media doesn’t mean vou know them. If you’re not speaking kind words.. don’t speak at all.“
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