Oga Obinna’s baby mama wins custody of their two children
It seems the child custody woes between Kiss 100 radio presenter Oga Obinna and his baby mama are now over.
According to Mama Adalola – his baby mama – she has finally been granted custody of her two daughters.
Mama Adalola made the revelations on Instagram, thanking God for the custody win.
“February 7, 2023 custody granted. To the man above thank you,” Adalola said.
Last year Obinna made headlines when his fiery text message exchanges between him and his baby mama leaked online.
The nasty and angry WhatsApp screenshots were between Obinna and one of his exes, Lilian alias Mama Adalola, who accused him of denying her access to their two daughters, with whom they share joint custody.
In August 2022, Lilian claimed on her Instagram that Obinna had painted her as a bad mother.
Lilian claimed that the entertainer had made a habit of recording videos and audio, then editing out the positive side of her and proceeding to post the ones that portray her in a bad light
She further alleged that he had made co-parenting rock-hard after their breakup, suggesting that he hadn’t gotten over their split.
Obinna responded by saying if she felt aggrieved, she should go to court.
Last month Lilian was at it again, claiming the comedian has blocked her from seeing her children since closing school for the December holidays.
The mother of two claimed Obinna had spent 25 days with their daughters, but when it was her turn to spend time with them, he tended to frustrate the process of handing over the kids to her.
As this drama plays out in public, the two have a custody battle for the kids in court. They are awaiting judgment.
During an interview with a local media house Obinna lamented of how he was forced to pay his baby mama’s just to see his children.
“Co-parenting is not easy. We are always fighting. In my world, there are only two ways of co-parenting which is, either you sleep with your baby mamas or you pay them otherwise, you will never see your kids. So I pay them.” Obinna said.