Jada Pollock who is the mother of the singer's third child, has denied that she posted a message on social media accusing Wizkid of domestic abuse, claiming that her Instagram account was hacked. Whether she is still his manager, remains in question.
Wizkid's Manager Denies Domestic Violence Post, Says Account Was Hacked
Daily Trust, 19 July 2019
Jada Pollock, Wizkid's manager and third babymama, has denied a viral post on social media accusing the singer of domestic violence, claiming that her Instagram account was hacked. Read more »
Wizkid in his video.
'So Wizkid is a Woman Beater?'
allAfrica, 17 July 2019
As the world is busy celebrating Wizkid's birthday, his former manager and mother of his third child, Jada Pollock, has accused him of domestic violence. Read more »
Wizkid's Baby Mother Accuses Him of Domestic Violence
Premium Times, 17 July 2019
Jada Pollock, the mother of the third child of Ayo Balogun (popularly called Wizkid), has accused him of domestic violence. Read more »
Fans Slam Davido for Liking Wizkid's Baby Mama Post
Fans of Pop singer, Wizkid, have slammed Davido, for liking a post made by Wizkid's estranged baby mama, Jada Pollock. Read more »
The multiple award-winning singer has not only created a name in Nigeria, but has emerged to become one of the greatest music stars to come out of Africa. To celebrate his ... Read more »
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