“I left my baby daddy because he wasn’t good enough in bed”- Olaide oyedeji opens up on why her relationship with baby daddy crashed, ex-lover reacts

Olaide Oyedeji’s candid revelation during an interview with Biola Bayo on the “Talk to B” podcast has provided a glimpse into the personal aspects of her life, shedding light on her experiences and romantic journey.

In the discussion, Oyedeji opened up about the heartbreaking loss of her first child, born prematurely and succumbing to infection. This emotional revelation offers a window into the challenges she faced and the resilience required to navigate such difficult moments.

Addressing her love life, Olaide Oyedeji disclosed that she took the initiative to leave her baby daddy, who also happened to be a colleague. Her honesty about personal decisions and relationships adds depth to her public persona, offering fans and listeners a more intimate understanding of her experiences. The interview not only delves into her professional life but also unveils the complexities of her personal journey, making her a relatable figure to those who follow her story. 🎙️💔💖

“He is a good man, she says, but he wasn’t good enough for her. She went on to say that despite being in a relationship, she was experiencing all of the difficulties that singles do”.

The curvy actress revealed that she felt it was time to give up and move on. She did, however, emphasize that the star did not cheat on her.

Speaking further about her romance with her ex-lover, the mother of four stated that she would have cheated on him. She added that once she informed her father of her choice to move on, he expressed his desire to disown her.

In response to the actress’s outburst, her baby daddy, Olukotan Alan, recorded a video showing his reaction to what she said. He urged the person filming the video to move away from him in the video. He then wrote in the caption, “I don’t have time for any dead people.”

The actor also stated that he does not want to get involved in something that will not pay him. He characterized Oyedeji’s interview as negative energy and an explanation without evidence.

Sources: Infotrend.com.ng