2Face: Pero shuns Annie’s infidelity claims

2Face: Pero shuns Annie’s infidelity claims
Pero, 2Face and Annie IdibiaFile

Pero Adeniyi, mother of 2Face's three children, has kept mute amidst infidelity attacks directed at her by the singer’s wife, Annie Idibia, on social media.

In a series of now deleted Instagram posts, Annie claimed that 2Face had been having a romantic relationship with Pero under the guise of co-parenting.

She further accused his family of never accepting or ever finding her worthy.

Annie said in part, “What kind of man takes his kids to Disney (Land) and spends nights in the same apartment with his kids and their mother! How many times have you gone to see your kids with Pero and she stays with you and the kids under the same roof for nights? Your baby mamas constantly use your children as an excuse for all sorts of rubbish! I try to stay gracious.

"You’re not the first man on the planet to have kids by different women. You can do better. Everything I do is to show the good human that you are, but today, this move by you, Efe, Frankie, and your family is unacceptable.”

Despite Annie’s outburst and the mixed reactions it generated on social media, 2Face and his manager, Efe Omorogbe, have yet to respond to her accusations.

2Face’s younger brother, Charles, however, responded to Annie’s claim, stating that the family had been very ‘peaceful’ towards her and did not deserve her unfounded public outburst and call out.

The now deleted post read in part, “You got married into a family of peace lovers. So peaceful that it’s actually an Idibia family flaw, as I have come to realise. Perhaps this has made you think that we must be fools, but trust me, we are not.”

Responding to Charles' post, Annie, in a now deleted comment, said, “Maybe you all don’t know that your brother is tired. Everyone trying to suck him dry. Because you have a successful brother, na that wan make you lazy (that is why you are lazy). Sad!”

2Face and Pero share three kids, two boys and a girl.

He got married to Annie in Dubai in March of 2013 in a star-studded ceremony.

Efforts to reach Adeniyi and Omorogbe proved abortive as of the time of filing this report.