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Saturday, May 09, 2020

Davido Shows Off Son Ifeanyi's Hairdo.....

Crooner David posted a video on his insta story showing off son Ifeanyi's hairdo..........












39 comments:

  1. The boy is really getting big. Fine boy

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    1. Fine boy when you haven't seen his face?

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    2. Ewohh. the boy's side view shows what we have been hearing but it is well.

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    3. Say what "you have been hearing " ? Or keep muted

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    4. That side view hmmmm . Maybe they have done dna sha . It is really well

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    5. What have you been hearing 🙂🙂🙂 idi uwa

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    6. That hairstyle looks painful to see on that little boy.
      Children are the cutest. 😘😘

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  2. proud daddy, I love the way he loves his kids.

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  3. Babies don't waste time to grow chaii. Why do parents love and show love to their children at tender age but change their attitude towards the child later.

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  4. Na by force to plait small pikin hair? This baby no get hair besides, he's a boy! I don't know why some parents plait their baby boys' hair. That's not good parenting as far as I'm concerned.

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    1. Please explain how it's not good parenting. How does it affect his growth physically, psychologically, emotionally, nutritionally, locomotion wise...He is a child that barely understands what's going on around him.

      Their baby, their choice

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    2. See how you concluded it is bad parenting. Born your own first.

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    3. Some babies grow hair just in the middle and as a parent who knows how to plait you will get tempted... Learn to do you.

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    4. My dear,it makes it easier to handle the little hair he has,without causing him pain while combing.Braiding is gender neutral
      When u born ur pikin,come advice me then... mtcheeew

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    5. You stupid opinion means nothing. If you have yours, pour shaving cream on his head.

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  5. Hmm nawao,what's on the baby's head?na by force to plait her,?afi star pikin,not appealing

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  6. My 4months old have full hair too, my hubby didn't find it funny he day I made his hair I wish he is a girl but I thank God all the same.

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  7. 😂😂😂.... it's Davido that's plaiting that Lil man's hair. He started when the mother was in Isolation.

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    1. Anon as per boredom abi🤣🤣🤣

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  8. He's growing really fast

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  9. Nawa why plaiting the boys hair even at that age?.

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  10. African Queen9 May 2020 at 11:55

    Lucky David.

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  11. Davido stop disturbing your baby head, allow him to rest
    If your baby get full hair na we go say OK, but he is not hairy!
    Go give am better Afro barbing style biko.

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  12. Lol😆😆 @Ifeanyi's hair!
    Lil boy is growing up so fast. It must really be so adorable to be woken up by your lil baby, either with their tiny lil cute fingers or their sweet sweet lovely voices, I love children.

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  13. He is growing fast. God please bless me with the fruit of the womb

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  14. Cute David,yes his cute because babies r adorable

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  15. To plait baby boy hair no bad

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  16. Only Ghetto Akatas and some sport people do corn rows. Habits like sagging pants, cornrows etc arose because of the sheer number of black men in jail. They are not allowed to wear belts in jail to prevent suicide so they started the sagging “culture” upon release. Their hair cut is not as frequent as free folks outside hence the corn row, etc. We should not copy the messed up portions of American culture please!

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