Award-winning singer, Timaya’s daughter has left many stunned as she revealed her only flight option.
The ‘Dem Papa’ crooner’s daughter in a video making rounds on the internet stated that she can’t travel in economy or business class.
According to her, her only option is first class.
“I can’t do economy or business class, my only option is first class”.
Timaya’s first baby mama opens up on co-parenting with the singer
Recall that weeks back, Barbara Fumnanya Nwaokolo, the first baby mama of Timaya had opened up on co-parenting with the singer.
The mother of two revealed that being a single mum isn’t easy, as she has to act strong even when tired.
Barbara made this known on her Snapchat as she shared a video of their first daughter shedding tears.
Despite the challenges, she is grateful to God for giving her the strength to do this.
“Being a single mom ain’t no joke TBH! Still grateful to God for giving me the strength to do this. Even when tired you just have to act strong”.
Timaya’s daughter isn’t the only one who can’t fly economic class.
Chichi clarifies why she rejected to fly economy class with her colleagues
Recall that Big Brother Naija ‘shine ya eyes’ finalist, Chichi had bragged that she can’t fly economic.
The reality star made this known as she explained why she rejected flying economy class with her colleagues.
The Level Up housemates were on a weeklong trip to South Africa. The trip which was sponsored by Pepsi, had all housemates on Economy except for Beauty and Chichi.
Explaining why she didn’t fly economy class with the rest, ChiChi stated that she isn’t used to it.
According to her, this wasn’t about her being proud or anything, but she doesn’t fly economy.
“I can’t remember the last time I flew Economy. This is not about me being proud or anything. We all had economy class and I wanted to change to business class or upgrade to business class and it was quite stressful. But, I did it anyways”.
This isn’t surprising for fans and lovers of Chichi, as she earlier revealed that she doesn’t charge less than 20m for brand endorsement.