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Sunday, August 16, 2020

Reality Star Bambam Opens Up On Birthing Her Baby Via CS And What Motherhood Has Taught Her...

BBNaija Reality star, Oluwabamike Olawunmi, aka Bambam is a new mum who has learnt a lot from her motherhood status and she talks to Punch no holds barred..







In an interview with Sunday Scoop, 

She said , “ It has been overwhelming being a first -time mum. People tell one it's easy but the experience is a completely different ball game. However, I didn’t experience labour. When it was time to have the baby , my doctors told me I needed to have an emergency caesarean section . Motherhood changes one mentally , emotionally and physically. My ‘ love bank ’ is a billion times bigger than it was.


“ I am now more tolerant and patient . Also, my senses have been heightened because another life was created through me. Being a mum is beautiful but taxing. I can't just sit down and expect my husband to do everything. I am a working mum and I ’m doing exclusive breastfeeding. ”


Bambam also maintained that she was not bothered about getting back in shape.


" I am not battling with losing weight . I want to give my baby my best and when I feel satisfied that I’ve done that , I can worry about getting back in shape . My husband is not complaining but I’m an influencer for a weight loss company and taking good care of myself is important. I do waist training when I want to work out or take pictures . Initially , when I saw how I changed , I felt bad. I didn’t understand my body but my baby is worth everything . 


I was insecure for a while but I’m thankful for having a cooperative and supportive man. Men need to be patient with their wives when they are changing. Some women are lucky and they don’t have any complications but my pregnancy was quite difficult. I vomited every day and felt like a mess. But, I made sure I followed my doctor’s instructions .’’


Bambam also dismissed reports that her husband , Tope Adenibuyan, aka Teddy A , abused her physically. “ We are very deliberate as a couple. We know how to separate our personal lives from our social lives . That ’s why I still have my sanity. There is no pressure on us. Me and Teddy don’t need to get validation from anyone. We do whatever we want and live on our own terms.


“ For the last time , I debunk reports of domestic violence because it amounts to defamation of character . It's wrong to joke with things like that. Our reputations are important because of the work we do as brand influencers. If my husband is tagged a woman beater, it would affect our work. To him , it wasn’t a big deal but I felt that was too much . 


I can't be quiet about something like that . I ’m a calm and quiet person but I would never stay with a violent man. If I had noticed any violent traits in my husband, I wouldn’t have married him . Whoever is peddling that news and the people that believe it must think very low of us as a couple.”

from punch newspapers...

45 comments:

  1. Nice one bam bam

    I understand how you feel.
    Motherhood has made me become more tolerant and patient and I've become more tolerant that people think I pretend even at work..my tolerant level is so high that I dont easily get offended now .

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    1. Congrats Bami.. Btw, is it true that some women choose to have their babies true CS not necessarily due to any medical reasons but because they don't want their Ponyo to get slack, wide or loose shape? Asking for a friend please.

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    2. Yes anon it's true my friend had her kids via Cs for this reason.

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    3. @anonymous 15:00 I think some women don't just want to go through the rigours of labour and stories that may follow, especially when a baby has been long sought for. those category of women opt for elective CS, not because of any medical advise or emergency and definitely not because of a loose Vijay but because they can choose that route to have their baby.

      @Stella pls do a post on this. So many women are now considering elective CS. Let's read the various opinions

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    1. Ha world people! If they debunk one, you come up with another.

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    2. Stella stop eating up my comments....yes. Where is her mother? Her mother disowned her, she didn't even come to her wedding. Her parents have been separated like forever...have you guys heard her mention her mother huh? Her mum is a DEEPER LIFE member that takes no shit...

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    3. Abeg wetin d anon tolk? Abeg na

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    4. Anon 12:48. As so what? Should she stop living her life because of her mother?

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    5. Anon. 12:48. What exactly is your point? Why are you so bitter. Sympathizer crying more than the bereaved! Ok,Stella has enabled your comment,congrats! What next? Abeg go siddon. If she has not mentioned her mum before u go and mention yours na,hian,who stop you?
      Una get time.

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  3. Having good people around after birth goes along way, not people who will find fault in every thing you do,ranging from how you birth the baby to everything you got for the baby.
    No pressure joor, we are unique in our different ways.

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  4. Awww,such a cute baby and momma.
    You'll be alright BamBam,I forbid every bad news against in Jesus name.Your marriage is blessed!

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  5. Congrats Bam Bam ...it's not easy being a first time mum ..

    I'm still healing from my CSECTION but I won't trade motherhood for anything in the world

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  6. Congrats to you. It's good to have a supportive and understanding husband.

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  7. Wow so happy l finally had the courage to get a blog ld, I feel great.

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    1. 😘😘😘
      I'm glad you did 😌 😊
      You're doing well
      I'd send Mr Macaroni to you ooin

      Welcome home 🏑 πŸ’“ πŸ’› ♥

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    2. πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸΎπŸΎπŸΎπŸΎπŸΎ don't be a stranger ok.

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  8. Congrats bambam, forget their say say and concentrate on your baby and husband.

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  9. I don't even know what to say about d domestic violence stuff.. Seems she's trying to defend him because of their influencer job. Issokayyyy...

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    1. Anon mins your business you won't die if you face front

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  10. I just like she and her husband.

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  11. It's well with you and your family Bam

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  12. I wish everyone can mind their business and wish everyone good. Must you wait for bad news like you literally want to hear bad news and withdraw the money?
    Well done Bam Bam so cute fa with a nice body.

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    1. Unfortunately people can't mind their business because they put their business out there already. People won't have opinion over your life if you don't invite them to it through putting your personal life on social media

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  13. Congratulations!
    No one tells you how tough pregnancy and child birth can be. May God help us o

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  14. Congratulations again Bam Bam. I love her new look.
    About the exclusive breastfeeding stuff,I can't try it again.
    I did exclusive for my daughter for 6 months and when it was time to change to food it was war. Like she just wouldn't eat. I ended up stretching into seven months.
    Whenever I go that way again,na to mix breast milk with bottle.

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    1. I am battling with that right away.
      Just discovered she likes rice and beans today.
      Let's hope she eats it tomorrow again.

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    2. I'm very lucky then. I breatfed my baby exclusively but My baby eats anything eatable

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  15. Motherhood suits her. Go baby!

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