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It is What it Is: Comedian Basketmouth Reveals “Love” Child No One Knew About in Linda Ikeji Exclusive Interview

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All I have to say is, “it is what it is” AML people. Focus on your own lives and make it as stress free as possible.

-Uduak

There’s this story that won’t just go away that suggests you have a love child?

Basketmouth “I wouldn’t refer to her as a love child. She’s my child that people didn’t know of. Yes I have a daughter with my ex-girlfriend. Its not a comfortable topic to discuss because I wouldn’t want to put anybody under pressure. As long as my family is happy and I’m on the same page with my wife, my siblings, my mum, my pastor and the family of my daughter, that’s all that actually matters.

When did you have the child?
Basketmouth: years ago, a while before my wedding. Continue…

How did your wife react to the news?

Basketmouth: You can guess.

Why did you wait till now before choosing to come clean?

It’s never been a hidden issue. That its private doesn’t make it hidden.

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