‘Is AY the mystery father of Freda Francis’ baby?’ – Fans speculate following his wife’s rant
So, while we slept last night, comedian AY Makun`s wife, Mabel went on a rant asking popular Lagos big girl, Freda Francis to leave her family alone while posting telltale screenshots of a chat supposedly between her husband and Freda.
How did it start?
AY had posted what looked like an innocent picture of him, Freda and another friend at Freda’s push party saying congratulations to the expectant mummy.
This seemed to have fanned some flames as Mabel immediately took to the comment section to voice her feelings. ‘This is outright wickedness and I won’t take it,’ she wrote.
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The interior decorator then went ahead to share the same picture on her page calling out Freda for messing with her family.
She also went on to share screenshots of a raunchy WhatsApp chat supposedly between AY and Freda.
The whole drama, as expected, got the internet buzzing with speculations flying up and down.
Fans couldn’t help but wonder if AY is the mystery father of Freda’s unborn child as the Oasis Medspa CEO who dated singer Iyanya in the past, has been quite mute about who’s responsible for the bun in the oven.
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