- Nigerian-born British singer and songwriter, Sade Adu, was born in Ibadan to a professor father, Adebisi Adu, and Anne Hayes, a nurse
- A throwback photo of the entertainer as a baby in 1959 with her parents and brother, Banji got people dropping beautiful comments on Facebook
- Sade is the lead singer of her band and is one of the most successful British female artists in history
A throwback photo of Nigerian-born British singer, Sade Adu, with her family in Ibadan way back in 1959 is absolutely pleasing to see.
The award-winning singer was born to a professor father, Adebisi Adu, and Anne Hayes, who was a nurse.
In the adorable photo, Sade's dad carried her in his arms, while her brother, Banji a toddler at that time stood between him and their beautiful mother.
Check out the post below:
Read some of the comments sighted under the post below:
W David Ebiokobo:
"Awesome... She should make small museums of pictures, like depicting the sequence of events in her family life for the world to see."
Christie Omerah Isidahomhen:
"She's her mom's carbon copy. I almost thought she was the woman standing. Those eyes... wow!"
"They indeed made a gem, a beautiful singer whose abstract singing gets you in the cloud."
Claire Uzoma C Ezigbo:
"No wonder she's so pretty, her mum was a beaut indeed."
"There was a country, and the illustrious Adu Family, with its many iconic children - Doctors, Scientists, Engineers, Activists, and brilliant minds, like Sade's dad.
Davido takes fans down memory lane
Davido's dimpled smile has always been a charmer and the singer shared yet another proof of this.
In an Instagram story post, the Jowo crooner took fans down memory lane by sharing a throwback photo of himself with some classmates at what appeared to be a birthday celebration.
The singer who donned a white uniform like the others posed for the camera with a bright smile on his face.
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