Uzoamaka Ohiri, the ex-wife of popular On-Air Personality, Nedu, says it is no longer a secret that the comedian is not the father of her first son.
WuzupNigeria reported that Nedu and Ohiri have been in the middle of a heated exchange on social media as both parties alleged to have been victims of domestic violence while they were married.
Another report by this news medium quoted Nedu accusing Ohiri of infidelity by claiming that he's not the biological father of that their first child.
In a twist of event, the comedian's colleague, Osama, shared a DNA report to back Nedu's claim about the paternity of their first son.
However, in a recent post on Instagram, Ohiri slammed the comedian for his alleged irresponsibility over their kids, adding that all she wants is child support.
Ohiri went further to accuse Nedu of bigamy (the act of entering into a marriage with one person while still legally married to another).
She said, "Please where are the divorce papers? We both are in accordance with being divorced. I need to sign too.
"Even when you committed Bigamy, I was not moved. Try not to open Ajiwe police station issue again, as you know you faulted.
"As regards the scar on your hand; that was the day I was with our infant daughter. Other @wazobiafmlagos staff witnessed the drama unfold. Nedu we fought and I finally won one battle. Deal with it!
"As regards my son, you have already spread that certificate to the whole world. It is no longer, and has never been a secret. It’s okay to say you do not have a problem with me... that’s for the gram. But why are your kids suffering?
"Now that I have gotten your attention, all I have been demanding is for you to man up to some responsibilities over our lovely kids and their welfare.
She continued, "For 4 years I have been paying for the house rent and a lot of bills. You might not understand as you have never spent more than 12 hours with them. We can also share the rent bills on a 50-50 ratio. I have been the only one paying for about 4 years, and trust me it has not been easy on me.
"I have called, texted and tried to reach out to you via other direct and indirect methods, but to no avail. Please honour this request. Thank you Sir." (sic)