Nigerian superstar singer, Davido’s babymama Sophia Momodu has fired back at a non-fan who slammed her following pictures from her vacation she shared.
Sharing her vacation photo on her Instagram page, an Instagram user told her to stop relying on Davido’s money, but Sophia was quick to respond stating she is not spending Davido’s money but Sophia’s money!
U dey show urself, no go use your time work, dey depend on @davidoofficial for money
However replying her, Sophia Momodu wrote;
@anitadiamondofficial lol you need to take a vacation babe, you seem stressed, && this is all Sophia money, you better act like you know what time it is
Recall that during Davido’s custody fight with Sophia Momodu over their daughter, Imade, Davido disclosed how he sorted out her bills. He wrote in part;
In May, the same month Imade was born, Sophia settled in her fancy apartment for which I paid a hefty bill for a 2 year lease. Her baby was healthy. And she seemed happy. I would take care of all the financial needs of Imade and still pay Sophia a living allowance of 300,000 Naira plus utility bills.
Within a matter of weeks, Sophia was missing and lusting for the streets of Lagos, especially the glitzy night life. She often left Imade home for clubbing, binge drinking and a life of debauchery and deviant living. She would sleep all day and party all night. When awake, she was addicted to the telephone and cannabis. She paid the baby no attention at all and seemed to despise motherhood and parenting.
The only reason why some of us are dancing naked in the market place today is because Sophia’s request to go to Dubai on my ticket was declined. She is demanding for her new car and a raise of her allowance to one million naira per month. The sole reason why she’s demanding for the custody of Imade is to justify the necessity for this delusional one million naira.
A domestic matter that could have been quietly and sensibly settled has been tossed to the public domain with the brutal consequences to the most innocent actor in this drama, Imade.
From December 23-28, Sophia lived at my father’s Lekki residence in peace except for the first one hour when a medication was misapplied by her and Imade speedily vomited for a fearfully long time. Sophia did not know how to even bathe her own baby. She brought a friend to stay with her in a 3-bedroom flat with a resident professional nurse and nanny.
Overall, her stay was joyful and in alignment with the thrills of the Christmas holiday season.