Annie Idibia Reacts To Instagram Troll Insulting Tu Baba
Father's Day saw many celebrities take to social media to praise their spouses. Nollywood actress and entrepreneur Annie Idibia was not left out of the celebration. She also took to Instagram to celebrate her husband, Tu Baba. She called the popular musician a real MVP who makes sacrifices to keep the family going.
Many reactions followed Annie's post, as fans of the music legend wished him a happy father's day celebration. One of the comments however, upset the actress. The commenter, one @me_swagnel referred to Tu Baba as a 21st century Father Abraham. He said, "Your hubby is our 21st century Abraham so all of these blessings are on him." Not one to take such things lying low, Annie Idibia made sure she gave the troll a befitting response. She called the troll a sick person who had just made very dumb joke.
See Tu Baba's Father's Day Message From Wife, Annie Idibia
Annie Idibia is Tu Baba's wife and the mother of 2 of his seven children. After a long and winding, on-again-off again relationship, the couple tied the knot in 2012. They have been one big family ever since with Annie welcoming the music star's other children.
Recently Annie Idibia was in the news for mending fences with US based Pero Adeniyi. Pero is her husband Tu Baba's first baby mama and mother to 3 of his children.In a video which trended, both women were locked in an embrace, beside a sobbing Tu Baba. Shortly after their widely publicized reconciliation, both women were seen posting cryptic messages on social media.
Born Innocent Idibia, Tubaba is one of the most decorated and successful Afro pop artists in Africa. He's also one of the most bankable artists in Africa. On the 20th of March 2019, he became a fellow of the school of music by the Music Department at Obafemi Awolowo University. He is the first to ever receive the award which was presented to him at the first public lecture and fellowship award, held in Ile Ife.
He is part of the Sony All African One8 Project, alongside seven other musicians across Africa. They recorded a single with R. Kelly and Prince Lee titled "Hands Across the World". He is the first non-Liberian to become an honorary member of the Liberian music society. This is in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the growth of music in Africa. He is Red cross ambassador society of Nigeria. 2Baba has several collaborations with musicians all over the globe. Both colleagues and fans adore him and see himas a role model.