Nigerian businesswoman, Sandra Iheuwa has taken to social media to share her opinion on baby mamas and their relationship with their partners.
Her post comes after Davido’s first baby mama, Sophia Momodu, went on a lengthy rant on Twitter about men who financially bully women into staying with them, especially when children are involved.
Sophie who shares a daughter with Davido, stated that there is a special place in hell for such people, adding that the laws in Nigeria do not protect women and children.
Iheuwa, who has children with businessman Steve Thompson and music executive Ubi Franklin, said that being a baby mom does not entitle you to your baby daddy’s wealth.
The entrepreneur said that while women can call out deadbeat fathers, baby mamas are exempt from accusations of financial abuse, particularly when the baby daddy is there and providing for the child as he should.
“First of all being a baby mama doesn’t mean you should be entitled to your baby father’s money. The only responsibility he has is towards your child and it’s also your responsibility to take care of your child as well it shouldn’t be an avenue for you to make money or be taken care of… Now if your baby father is dead beat you can call him out with your full chest if you can do it every Eke market day that will be awesome too… Financial abuse doesn’t apply to baby mamas especially when the baby daddy is present and doing what he should for his child. Unless he stops taking care of his child. Most married women experience financial abuse from their spouse it’s like a scheme for them to stay in the useless marriage and have no means to leave. If you are a baby mama and have no means to leave. If you are a baby mama and your baby daddy is taking care of your child (be grateful) but not taking care of you and you are ranting “financial abuse”. Madam go and work and take care of yourself and your bills. I support women but I don’t support nonsense.
I don’t know why anyone will feel entitled to another’s person especially when you are not even a wife. If my son’s father was taking care of my son I would be grateful and will never rant but you will never catch me rant about him not taking care of me. It will never happen as long as I’m alive and well”.