Celebrities Behaving Badly

Celebrities Behaving Badly: Davido Launches Abusive Attacks on Sophie Momodu Over Co-parenting Imade

Celebrities Behaving Badly (CBB) documents terrible, immature and/or inappropriate conduct on and off social media by creative talents, mostly celebrities, and uses it as a way of discussing, primarily, public relations and branding for artists. On to today’ s post…

We opened the year with a child custody showdown involving Davido and Sophie Momodu, the mother of his child Imade. It was a drama showdown that involved Nigeria’s child welfare agency, among others. Ultimately, the parties settled the case, or so it seemed, until now. This weekend, Davido took to ‘Snapchat’ to rain aggressive attacks and abuse agains Sophie over her demand that he be more involved in their child’s life.

Davido will have to learn how to better regulate his emotions. Counseling might be most appropriate at this junction. The fly off the handle and default position to “you want to marry and can’t” that he tends to advance towards Sophie does nothing to help diffuse a situation that involves a child he claims he loves.

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