Meet Singer, Omawumi Baby Daddy
Nigerian female singer, Omawumi who is blessed with a beautiful daughter as no doubt done a good job at keeping the identity of her baby daddy private.
However, after years of keeping him off the media, we finally get to meet the music star, Omawumi’s baby daddy.
According to the Netng, Omawumi’s baby daddy has been unmasked and he is Tosin Ibrahim Yusuf, one time co-owner of Zamunda night club.
Meanwhile last year, her close friend, and daughter’s godmother, Waje dropped a hint when she mentioned Tosin Yusuf in a tweet while defending the singer saying: ‘you don’t even care what your silky stories would be doing to her. Tosin Yussuf is fine and well, leave the poor girl alone. Tufiakwa!!!’.
It would be recalled some months ago, Omawumi posted a not-so-clear photo of her herself, husband and her daughter, Kamilah with caption : ‘Thank you so much for your patience. Clearer photos and good news sooner than you know. God is always good‘ .
The easy going Omawumi’s baby daddy, Tosin Yusuf holds a degree in Business Management and an MSc in International Business from De-Montfort University, Leicester.
The easy going dude who is a graduate of University of Lagos is the founding director of Lloyd Gate Ltd, located in Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, alongside Wale Akinlabi.
Meanwhile NET reports that the singer will be getting married very soon. She also dropped a couple of hints herself recently when she was a guest on Channels TV’s Sunrise programme, saying ‘I will probably get married next year. We might do a location wedding or a local wedding. Warri is a good destination.’
In June 2011 Omawumi welcomed her first child Emmanuella Kamillah Yusuf in the U.S.
The proud mother doesn’t hesitate to share photos of her daughter on social media while being careful of not letting her face show.
The Warri born singer, Omawumi who is one of the top singers in Nigeria is considered to be the highest paid female singer in Nigeria.
Omawumi is a Law graduate from Ambrose Alli University who came limelight following her performance at the 2007 edition of the West African Idols, a reality show where she emerged runner-up.