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Having Many Baby Mamas At A Young Age Almost Sent Me Into Depression – 2face

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Having Many Baby Mamas At A Young Age Almost Sent Me Into Depression – 2face

Legendary singer, 2face Idibia has revealed that having many baby mamas at a young age, almost made him suffer from depression.

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2face made this known while he and his wife, Annie, grace the December edition of leading lifestyle magazine, Genevieve.

The couple who got married in 2013, spoke about their marriage, career and 2face Idibia’s many children.

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2face in the interview, disclosed how having many children from different women almost sent him into depression.

In his words;

”Having so many children from different women at such a young age almost sent me into depression’ – 2face tells Genevieve magazine. I drank alot because people laughed at me and called me names. Nobody cared that I was an artiste or that I hard worked so hard”

2face has seven children. Two with Annie, Two with Sumbo Ajaba-Adeoye and Three with Pero Adeniyi.


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Kim Kardashian Justifies Kanye West’s Slavery Comment

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Kim Kardashian Justifies Kanye West’s Slavery Comment

American Model, Kim Kardashian has justified Kanye West’s slavery comment. The raper had earlier in May told TMZ Live that slavery is a choice

This was on the next episode of her family’s hit reksitt TV show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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Kim has a convo with Jonathan Cheban and Simon Huck about her husband’s May 1 appearance on “TMZ Live”.

Huck says

“the way they edited that clip”.

Then Kim said;

“If you listen to what he said, he said, ‘Slavery was 400 years? If it’s gonna be another 400 years, that sounds like a choice to me.’ He didn’t say, ‘Slavery is a choice.’”

The rapper who has never been shy about expressing himself had said,

“You hear about slavery for 400 years. For 400 years? That sounds like a choice”.

West elaborated little on his statement but appeared to be drawing a parallel to how he is presumed to hold certain views as an African American artist.

“We’re mentally in prison. I like the word ‘prison’ because slavery is too direct to the idea of blacks. Like Holocaust is Jews, slavery is blacks,” West said.


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