Reactions As Wizkid Babymama, Jada Pollock Flaunts Her Baby Bump


Jada Pollock the babymama of Nigerian singer, Ayo Balogun popularly called Wizkid has stirred mixed reactions online as she flaunts her baby bump.

LAGOS HERALD reports that Jada has been away from social media and refused to show off her baby bump until she was spotted at Wizkid’s 31st birthday.

Taking to her Instagram page on Saturday, Jada who doubles as Wizkid’s manager shared photos of herself and her son as she dedicate the next chapter of her life to her kids.

According to the singer’s babymama, God showed up for them when they least expected another child.

She wrote: “Here’s to the very next chapter. I know it’s about to be better than anything I could have ever wished for. Two beautiful children to brighten my days. Too never make me want to give up.

“Too make me want to go harder and fight harder then I need too. Love deeper than I knew I could and give me even more of a perspective and purpose, then I could have foreseen life.

“Just when we thought that we were blessed with one incredible human GOD showed up again and blessed with another. I feel so grateful and blessed. P.S- My out of office email will commence for 48hrs once I go into labor, then I’m back!!! Lol,#SuperWoman #SuperMum loading.

Is Wizkid And Jada P Married?

As expected congratulations poured him with some netizens speculating that Jada and Wizkid may have secretly got married.

mhz_sekeenah wrote: “baba don finally get true love be shouting machala na hard guy baba no send”

l.tobiloba wrote: “These Two (herself and WIZ) are married low-key. I wish her safe delivery.”

scion_perry wrote: “Go in and come out safely…. God be with you”

odikegodwin wrote: “Hmmm Wizzy wizzo……see your hand work oooo, don’t be surprise if yu hear they are married”

temekatstanley wrote: “Congratulations @jada_p__ nothing love, prosperity and opulence galore to you, family and growing your seed”

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