Many have reacted in surprise after popular skit maker and actress Bukunmi Adeaga-Ilori, AKA Kiekie revealed she is an expecting mother.
Kiekie’s announcement came as a shock to many of her colleagues and fans, who nevertheless stood in for the comedienne.
Kiekie made the shocking announcement on her Instagram page and YouTube channel on Tuesday, September 20.
In the video she shared on social media, she was captured dancing and giving various poses that displaced her baby bump in excitement.
Captioning the video, she wrote;
“Look who’s going to be a mummy. Me wey never fall dann inside rain before! One small drizzle bayi! I fell pregnant Danu Danu !”
Shocked fans and fellow celebs took to the comment section to congratulate her for the bundle of joy.
She was, however questioned by her colleagues on how she was able to hide such news from them.
mrmacaroni1 wrote: “CONGRATULATIONSSSSSSSSSWait Wait Wait!!!!!! You have been pregnant all these while and we do know????? What a Waawuuuuuuu…. Congratulations to all of us kickstarters”
thepamilerin wrote: “Goosebumps oooooo congratulations kiekie .. how did you hide it away from us.. wow .. this is magicial.. how did we not know.. super happy for you and the family.. omg .. I’m so so so happy .. I’m smiling so much.. God .. this is pure joy”
kingpexxie wrote: “So you are pregnant? Wow!!! Jesus! So you can be this secretive? issoria… I’m not angry… I will forgive you because of God and this cute baby… Congratulations Mummy Oluwashinaolami…. God will keep the parents and my baby”
officialmayorspeaks wrote: “Super happy , congratulations mama”
realmercyaigbe wrote: “Awwww Congratulations my love”
koredewealthobasan wrote: “God will keep & guide you & the baby through this journey and after”
In February 2020, Kiekie got married to Mr. Ilori.
She has, however, chosen to keep her marriage out of the public domain.
Defending her choice, in her interview with Punch, she said, “I respect the privacy of my family and marriage, and I do my best to show them to the barest minimum. (I) just (do) the basic things when it’s necessary; maybe birthdays and anniversaries. (I believe that) the little one shares, the better.”