- An actress called Shine Francis Odigie said she wants her baby daddy to be involved in the life of their daughter
- Francis stated that her baby daddy told her to get rid of her daughter when she was pregnant with her
- The actress noted that her refusal made her baby daddy abandon them
An actress called Shine Francis Odigie has taken to her Instagram page to call out her baby daddy who lives abroad to carry out a paternity test on their daughter.
In a video that she shared on her page, the mother of one revealed she met her baby daddy when she was 32 and they dated for three years.
According to her, when she was 35, she became pregnant and he pleaded with her to terminate the pregnancy.
Francis got pregnant the second time and her baby daddy urged her to get rid of it but she refused and that led to a huge misunderstanding between them.
The woman noted that even though she knew her baby daddy has a wife abroad, he told her that she would not bother her.
Noting that she was wrong to have dated a married woman, the actress begged her followers to forgive her and join her in pleading with her baby daddy to get involved in the life of their daughter.
"I can take care of my child singlehandedly. I have been taking care of her since the day of delivery till now but I want him in the life of my child because I don't want her to face shame at her teen age or in adulthood. If he doubts the paternity of my child, he should come and carry out a DNA test."
Watch her speak below:
In other news, a jilted lover has taken to Facebook to expose her boyfriend after he supposedly engaged another woman over the Easter weekend. Chileshe Mwape explained that Kusiyo Dee Kusiyo has been dating both her and another woman whom he had claimed was an ex-girlfriend.
He then went ahead to post the engagement photos on his WhatsApp status captioned “my baby is finally off the market."
The shocking bit for her in the whole saga is the fact that the woman her boyfriend put a ring on is expectant.
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