Davido’s fourth babymama, Larissa London celebrates son on birthday
Larissa London, the fourth babymama of popular Nigerian singer Davido, has celebrated their son Dawson’s third birthday on social media.
The London-based makeup artist shared a photo of her son on her Instastory and wished him a happy birthday.
“Happy birthday son”, she captioned it.
However, Davido, who recently returned to social media after mourning the death of his first son with his wife Chioma Adeleke, has not yet acknowledged Dawson’s birthday.
See Larrisa’s post below,
Earlier, Larissa shared a video of herself and Dawson singing along to a nursery rhyme.
She revealed that Dawson is camera-shy and had to capture the moment without him knowing.
However, fans couldn’t help but notice the striking resemblance between Dawson and Davido’s late son, Ifeanyi.
Davido has not commented on the recent events, but his fans hope he will acknowledge Dawson’s birthday and celebrate his son’s milestone.
The singer is known for his love for his children and has always shown them affection and showered them with gifts.
Meanwhile, a member of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has resigned from the church over its failure to speak out against violence, rigging, and other electoral anomalies that occurred during the 2023 general election.
The man, known as @jnr_lambo, had previously warned that he would leave if the church did not condemn the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for allegedly unleashing violence and rigging during the election, as well as for fielding a Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket.
After RCCG leadership failed to take action as against the election, @jnr_lambo announced his resignation on social media, citing his inability to be part of an institution that condones injustice and refuses to speak out against wrongdoing.
He also disclosed that he had collected equipment he had previously donated to the church in protest.
On March 21, a few days after the gubernatorial election, he announced that he had given the sound and lighting equipment to a smaller church.