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Chioma Avril Rowland And Ifeanyi Reportedly Moves Into Davido’s House In Lekki Amid Breakup Rumors

Controversial Instagram blogger, Cutie Julls, has raised some accusations about Davido and his baby mama Chioma Avril Rowland.


In his his recent post was a disclosure about the lovers having a separation with relation to his work. According to the blogger, Chioma, and her son, Ifeanyi has moved to Davido’s mansion in Lekki. This is to help them for their safety and for a tangible reason. Cutie Julls explained that, Davido has turned his banana island into a business compound. This is because he mostly does his recording and other stuffs in the mansion.


He added that some of his guys love to smoke which is bad for Ifeanyi due to his age. Considering all these reasons, he has renovated the mansion in Lekki for them to move in and to protect his son from the smoke.

The blogger’s caption reads:

I know most of you have been sending me messages about Chioma moving into Lekki.

Remember between somewhere in July/August, I told y’all that Chioma and David have both agreed that the Banana Island house will not be Chioma and Ifeanyi’s home especially now that Ifeanyi is very young.

Davido made this wise decision cuz he agreed with Chioma that because he works from home most of the time in his Banana Island house, most of his guys are there 24/7. This means alot of noise, igbo smoking, etc which isn’t good for the kid. Chioma and Ifeanyi only moved into the Banana Island home because Davido was renovating the Lekki home to make it comfy for the mother and child. So now that the Lekki home has been fully renovated, they have moved back. That’s the gospel truth.

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Another proof of Cutie’s authencity

See the post below:

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