Lyta’s Babymama, Kemi Ayorinde Writes Appreciation Post To Him


Fast rising singer, Lyta’s babymama, Kemi Ayorinde has written a sweet appreciation post for him.

The beautiful damsel appreciated him for being her go-to friend and for listening to her rants.

She revealed how she was touched when he gave her his attention. According to her, Lyta asked her to be his bestfriend and since she accepted, he has been there for her.

She recounted how he gave her his listening ears when she complained to him about something. She stated that she was on the road when she called him to voice out her anger and he told her to call him when she gets home.

She noted how Lyta repeatedly called her till she got home, because he wasn’t okay since she was worried.

When she voiced out her anger to him, he consoled her and kept her at ease with his soothing words. She added that he made her laugh all through the night as they touched on various subjects.

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She thanked him for talking things out with him, for wiping away her tears and for taking away her motherly duties.

She begged him to stop leaving her behind during his outings with their son as she wants to go everywhere with them.

She wrote:

Adeem appreciation post

Can’t remember what we were talking about exactly one day but I said “what can I be” and Adeem said “be my bestfriend” and literally that was it.

I called him complaining about something on my way home from work yesterday, and he was like call me when you get home so we can talk about it better and this boy kept calling me every minute to ask if I’m home yet until I got home. One of the times he called he was like “you’re not okay so I’m not okay right now, call me when you’re home”.

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After calling him when I got home and telling him what was wrong, he made me feel at ease, then we went on talking about random topics, from feminism to all sorts he made me laugh all night, such a clown.

Thank you for talking things out with me in Lagos, thank you for wiping my tears, thank you for telling me the world don’t matter only we do. Thank you for taking away my motherly duties for a while.      P.S You and Aari should stop leaving me, I wanna go everywhere with y’all next time.

Adeem told me “We’re not perfect and even when we try to be, this life, nothing you fi do to le te won lorun” and I live by those words everyday”.


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