Popular Nigerian dance-hall singer, Timaya has taken social media page share the news of the birth of his fourth child with another woman who is not any of his two previous babymamas.
The annoucement is coming two years after the singer revealed he is done with the business of making babies and ready to get back to work.
Timaya made this known in a now-deleted post on his Instagram page where he shared an adorable picture of his daughters Emma and Grace with their little brother, Emmanuel, whom he recently welcomed with his second baby mama.
“Emma is now a big sis. Super blessed Dude I am, Hey I’m done making babies, Get to work PAPA!”, he posted.
After two years, the singer announced he has welcomed another babygirl named MAYA with a third babymama, Dunnie O, a Nigerian-American visual artist.
Both Dunnie and Timaya announced the arrival of their daughter now on their respective instagram pages on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, despite welcoming the child 6 months ago.
The singer wrote: “Y’all meet my daughter MAYA. She 6 months old. @dunnieo U so special. ❤️ Gratitude…”
On a similar vein, Dunnie wrote: “I am so grateful that GOD saw me through these unprecedented times and allowed me to safely deliver another beautiful healthy little girl. I am so happy to testify of GOD’s goodness and faithfulness to me and my loved ones.
“Even in the midst of all the uncertainty of this world LOVE never fails. GOD is a promise keeper and is still performing wondrous miracles. For those believing for a new chapter I want to take this opportunity to encourage you to … Stay the course and trust your process, remain hopeful with gratitude in your heart.”
“GOD is still writing your story & the best is yet to come, you will manifest your biggest dreams!! Thank you so much for all of your love and well wishes … our princess is now 6 months old ☺️ 🎉 we love you our sweet MAYA 💗👑 Soooo much GRATITUDE @TimayaTimaya 😘.”
KanyiDaily had reported how Timaya surprisingly gifted his second baby mama a brand new black Range Rover for Christmas, saying she deserved it.