Ini Edo responds to rumours that she had a baby with a married man through surrogacy

There has been a wild rumour in circulation that Nigerian Nollywood star, Ini Edo had a baby through surrogacy. Worst still, the sperm came from a married man.

This secret was revealed by a controversial Instagram blogger who goes by the name Cutie Juls.

The blogger also added Ini’s baby daddy maltreated his wife and intentionally broke down his marriage so that he could be with Ini Edo.

The man is broke as result.

“I have 3 gists… legit confirm. But since I love good news o.. let’s start with that one. Congratulations to Ini on her baby. But as for our in-law [babydaddy] Kome, I don’t know how far with his education o.

True Ini had our beautiful baby true surrogacy, which is more than normal. Oga, you were happy before, so wetin con change now? Stop stressing our beautiful Abeg. Cuz Oga Kome Ini na beautiful babe. If you no wan be baby daddy again, go we are cool. Cuz at it stands now we are planning holidays but the other woman for the other side no wan gree we.. Enjoy this for now and congratulate Ini on the birth of her child.

In fact, I am extremely happy that I am even feeling like supporting her in this new twist. By the way he is married with kids so he is not our in-law. Just our babydaddy. We thank him immensely for availing his sp —- erm but he should kindly let Ini be. The days of mocking women with child birth is over and I am very delighted.

As for the men that wants to live in the olden days, na you sabi. We women will have our kids by whatever means that we deem it fit. If you like, stay as pikin papa, if you like japa like Kome the deadbeat father we don’t care. Las las we will find means to take care of our kids,” Cutie Juls wrote on her Instagram page.

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But in response to the allegation, Ini Edo has posted a picture of herself with the caption, “I Am The Greater Light… The Light of God… The fire of the Holy Spirit .. God is the Greatest

Ini Edo began her film career in 2000, and has featured in more than 100 movies since her debut.

In 2013, Ini Edo was a judge for the Miss Black Africa UK Pageant. In 2014, Miss Ini Edo was appointed by the United Nations as a United Nations Habitat Youth Envoy