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Comedian Teju Babyface, Wife Welcome Their 3rd Child

Nigerian comedian and media personality, Gbadewonuola Olateju Oyelakin, popularly known as Teju Babyface, has welcomed third child with his wife, Tobi Banjoko Oyelakin.

The media personality disclosed the good news to his fans and followers on his Instagram page on 9th of October, 2023.

He noted that the baby girl was given birth to – few days ago, given that the couple are parents to a pair of twins, that makes their newborn girl an Idowu, based on Yoruba customs.

The comedian posted two pictures to his page, unveiling the newest addition to their happy family.

In the post, he and his wife of 11 years, cradled the baby lovingly, and in his caption he made the town cry.

Babyface assured everyone that both the baby and the mother are in good health, making sure to comically chime in that he, the father is doing good too.

His caption read, “The one (that) the Yoruba people call Idowu is here! My wife @tobibanjokooyelakin and I welcomed our 3rd child, a girl, into the world a couple of days ago. Mother and daughter are very well. And father too (if anybody was wondering 🙂)”

He further addressed his wife, issuing a playful warning that this would be their last child, stressing that he’s hanging up his boots.

He added, “Now, having rejoiced and announced thus, Iya Ibeji aka Iya Idowu aka Mrs. Babyface, e don do o! I don hang boot o. Let Alaba just chill o 😁. Ehen.”

Fans and celebrities have started sending their congratulatory messages and well wishes as they continue to felicitate with the parents.

The legendary comedian got married to his wife married in September 2012 and welcomed their first set of twins in 2018. Now their happy family has welcomed one more.

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