Nollywood actress Ebony beauty Bisola Badmus just added another year to her age recently.
A time to celebrate, it was also a time for some of her friends to oragnise a surprise birthday for the actress.
Was she happy? Of course she was considering the fact that her babydaddy Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Marshal has constantly ignored her and her son on social media.
When on December 3, 2019, she started posting photos to mark her birthday, many friends and colleagues knew what would happen.
As expected, there was no birthday shout-out from the father of her son. Neither was there a mention of her on any of his social media platforms.
Nobody would blame Fuji maestro, Alhaji Ayinde Marshal aka KWAM1 De Ultimate.
He fathered Nollywood actress, Bisola Badmus’s son Prince Abdul Malik Olasunkanmi Ayinde Marshal.
Though it wasn’t a common knowledge that she is a babymama to the musician who has many women in his harem, Bisola never stopped stamping it anywhere she is that she had her son for the Fuji exponent eight years ago.
Though he still takes responsibility of her son, Abdulmalik Ayinde Marshal’ upkeep, he is yet to make up his mind on marrying her legally.
Bisola’s hurdle to getting a ring from the musician could be as a result of the many ladies in the entertainment industry who want KWAM1.
He is highly loved and respected, and he is a darling to some actresses who are ready to have kids for him and be called Mrs Marshall.
Meanwhile, KWAM1 in 2018, married legally one of his wives, Titilope on his 61st birthday at a private ceremony at his Ijebu mansion.
She is the only one he puts up a post for on Instagram whenever she is having her birthday—he ignores other concubines and babymamas.
Titilope also flaunts the fact that she is the authentic wife of the musician. She never hides that fact and whenever she is at any social gathering, she rubs it on everyone’s eyes and mind that she is Mrs Marshall.
So, did Bisola have a memorable birthday?
Well, she did. Luckily for the single mum of one, she had a surprise birthday party thrown for her by friends and colleagues.
We pray she gets lucky in getting a ring from the musician.