Celebrities may be burdened with constantly living under the spotlight but as it turns out, so are their children.
The celebrity life is considered a glamorous one filled with so many opportunities and having certain privileges. Proving this point to be true is Tonto Dikeh who recently received the sum of N5m from an unknown person, probably a fan too.
However, as wonderful as it sounds, being famous also has its downsides, not just for the the celebrity but his or her family. Just recently, one of 2baba’s sons, Nino, took to social media to reveal his weird encounter with a stranger.
The 12-year-old took to his Instagram story to write: “AT THE GTB FAIR TODAY, SOMEONE WALKED UP TO ME AND ASKED ME TO GIVE HIM MY DAD’S NUMBER REALLY?”
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Whatever the intention of the stranger was, he clearly was not in luck as Nino didn’t sound like he yielded to the intrusive request.
Living under the spotlight perhaps, isn’t the easiest for celebrity children like himself whose father is considered a music legend in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
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So no joking around about this track. This was the only time during my radio-taping days that the real world snuck on to my radio station, besides the random news bits and snide commentary that would show up from time to time. I’ll be honest, I didn’t know who Stevie Ray Vaughan or Robert Cray were at the time, I just knew Eric Clapton and I’d certainly heard of Wisconsin. I knew this had to be serious because KISD FM never had “breaking news” of any kind unless it was a “world premiere” of a new song. Unfortunately, we all know how this one ends, but at the time, I was glued to my stereo for something other than just recording the hot hits.
p.s. Real classy playing Looney Tunes music in the background while reporting on a potentially fatal helicopter crash. Sheesh.
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