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I Am Not Wizkid’s Baby Mama, I Do Not Fit That Category – Jada Pollock

Jada Pollock has rebuked one of her fans who referred to her as ‘Wizkid’s baby mama’.

Jada Pollock, the third baby mama of Nigerian superstar, Wizkid, has declared that she shouldn’t be referred to as a baby mama.

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The mother of one stated this on her Instagram page while reacting to a fan who referred to her as “Wizkid’s baby mama” while commenting under her post.

Music manager and entrepreneur had taken to her Instagram page and shared Wizkid’s story featured on the prestigious magazine cover, Vogue.

She wrote; “Greatnesses is something you can’t rush! @wizkidayo always so effortless 🦅❤️ Huge “THANK YOU” to @voguemagazine & @britishvogue for this incredible story.”

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Reacting to the post, a fan took to the comment section to applaud the music manager, saying she’s a “supportive baby mama.”

However, Jada P responded to the fan, saying she’s not a baby mama and doesn’t fit in that category, according to Google.

“Please take some time out to google me and the meaning of what a ‘baby mama’ means either title do not fit into the category. Thank You ❤️” she said.

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KanyiDaily recalls that Jada Pollock had previously clarified that she’s not just a baby mama, but a manager who is working extremely hard to push Wizkid’s career globally.

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