“Be kind to people’s hearts but be patient with yours” Sophia Momodu shares cryptic post, days after teasing a tell-all book

Sophia Momodu shares cryptic post

Sophia Momodu, Davido’s first baby mama, has written a mysterious statement about love and patience.

The single mother, who has been in the news recently for disclosing a child between her daughter and her grandmother, took to Instagram to showcase numerous lovely images of herself.

In her caption, Sophia advised her fans and followers to be kind to other people’s hearts but be patient with theirs.

“Be kind to other people’s hearts, be patient with yours”.


A day back, Momodu shared new photos on social media following her rift with the singer.

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The socialite captioned the photos with a message to those trolling her and telling her followers that she has heard that God has favorites.


This new post could be a response to trolls who attacked her for sharing a chat between her daughter and grandmother.

Sophia had defended her daughter’s emotional chat with her grandmother, where she expressed heartbreak over her brother, Ifeanyi’s death, and her father’s neglect.

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Imade broke down to her grandma about her singer father not being present in her life, which has caused her profound sadness.


Many felt the mother of one was launching an attack on her baby daddy and was trying to soil his reputation, which Sophia dismissed by noting how people want her to be the bad guy every time.

She made it known that kids of this generation don’t lie about their feelings, especially when talking to their grandparents; they are more intelligent than before.

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In a follow-up post, Momodu teased a tell-all book about their online drama, as she questioned what Nigerians would do when her book drops, as she noted how they thought her silence meant they got through to her.



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