I Come First, You Dey Talk Plenty – Pero Shades Annie Idibia after Complaining she Met 2Baba First But Bore His 5th Child

The two baby mamas of Nigerian superstar 2Baba, Annie Idibia and Pero Adeniyi, have reignited yet another beef over who really came first into 2Baba’s life.

Annie Idibia cried on her Netflix show over meeting 2Baba first, but the first child she gave him was his 5th child.

Pero clapped back and made fun of Annie in a video.

The two bitter baby mamas are always fighting and whenever you think they are done, something else comes up.

Annie Idibia Netflix

Annie stars in a new Netflix show ‘Young, Rich and African’ that just started airing.

She emotionally recounts how 2Baba had multiple children with other women before her, despite meeting her first.

“When you meet someone and you know them first, and you wake up and two different people are having babies for him… and he has five kids with other women.” Annie complained.”

My first child is his fifth, and I met him before everybody,” she added.

Fighting back tears, she said she has suffered uncountable humiliation and embarrassment to be with 2Baba.


Pero Shades Annie Idibia

2Baba’s first baby mama, Pero Adeniyi, clapped back at Annie over her comments on the show.

Annie may have met the musician first but his first kids were with Pero, who forever carries the distinction as his first baby mama.

She trolled Annie for crying on Netflix and described herself as the first one forever.

“Me I get sense, I get God, I come 1st, I don boss, plenty talk,” she said, mocking Annie with the lyrics to Kizz Daniel’s ‘Eh God’ song.


The two women have been rivals forever and always find opportunities to jab the other.

Recently when Annie lost patience with 2Baba again, it was due to suspicion he was sleeping with Pero once again.

They reconciled later but per her appearance on Netflix, Annie still have a lot of pain within her.

Source: Nigeriabombshell.com

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