“I’m The Latest Aunt In Town” Omawumi Finally Expresses Her Position On Childbearing, Sends Message To Womb Watchers

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Nigerian singer Omawumi Megbele has finally addressed her stance on having more children.

Since her second child, a boy, came of age, many have been expecting the beloved singer to give her two children another sibling.

Hours ago, the award-winning singer, via her Instagram page, shared photos of herself with a newborn baby as she announced that she was the latest aunt in town.

The mother of two expressed gratitude to her Maker for her new blessings as she noted how her name, Omawumi, really fits her.

Sending a message to womb watchers, she let them know that she was the latest aunt in town.

Cuddling the baby, she captioned the photo:

“See what The Lord Has Done!!! My name fits me. (Awon womb watchers, I’m the latest Aunt in town.)”.

In her comment section, while many congratulated her on her new blessings, one fan stylishly questioned if the mother of two wouldn’t have more children.

Identified as Asatta Music, she noted how the singer looked motherly with the baby.

She wrote, “But, big sis, this thing fits you too much. See as you carry the pikin for arm”.

Replying to her, Omawumi made it known that she was done having kids, as she had hung the coat of childbearing a long time ago. Omawumi responded:

“My wife, I don hang coat o! If e like make e fit me die”.

Omawumi wed her heartthrob, Tosin Yusuf, in a traditional ceremony in her hometown of Warri, Delta State, in 2019. The couple shares two kids, a boy and a girl.

In an interview, Omawumi said being a baby mama was her choice before her husband decided to walk her down the aisle, even though she did not know what influenced his decision.

She boldly stated that she was a baby mama for 4 years and that she enjoyed it and wasn’t contemplating getting married until they were ready, but to her surprise, her husband popped the question to her, and they tied the knot.

The artist stressed that nobody has the right to question a woman’s decision to birth a child outside of marriage, adding that the decision to have a child should be borne out of love.

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