2 Babawho has seven children by three different women, took to his official Instagram page to offer relationship advice, saying “never let red flags keep you from love.”Original Nigerian songstress, Innocent Idibia popularly known as
He noted that some people have mastered the art of hiding their red flags to the point that they can easily break their hearts.
2Baba, however, advised his fans to never let this drive away love or fall into depression.
He wrote: “There are not the same 11 words and similar actions that the genuine person uses to win the heart that the player can use. Some people have mastered the art of hiding red flags. So never allow yourself to be don’t get depressed or let love drive you away.”
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that 2Baba is also a songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Noted for his vocal range, lyrical depth and longevity, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest Nigerian musicians of all time. He is most influential in the rise in popularity of Nigerian pop music in the 2000s, and his debut solo album Face2Face (featuring the smash hit “African Queen”) marked a new wave of awareness and reverence for the music Nigerian among Africans on the continent. and the diaspora.
Before July 2014, he was called 2face Idibia. 2Baba is the first winner of the MTV EMA Best African Act category in 2005 and is one of the most awarded Nigerian musicians in history.
In 2019, 2baba, in collaboration with other well-known artists such as Cohbams Asuquo and Timi Dakolo, released a song to raise awareness about children’s rights.
2Baba and his children
2Baba was part of a boy group called Plantashun Boiz, under the production of Godfather. He is from the Idoma ethnic group in the southern part of Benue state in central Nigeria.
The singer attended Mount Saint Gabriel Secondary School in Makurdi, Benue State. Tuface enrolled at the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu (IMT) where he did his National Diploma in Business Administration preliminary course.
While attending IMT, Idibia performed at shows and parties organized by the schools as well as other regional schools such as the University of Nigeria and the Enugu State University of Science and Technology.
He eventually dropped out of school to pursue his music career. While attending IMT, 2face Idibia started composing and singing jingles at Enugu State Broadcasting Services (ESBS) GB Fan Club in 1996.
Also in 1996, he adopted the stage name “2Face” (Tuface). He cited the reason as “trying to demarcate my personal life from my business life.”
In 2016, he officially changed his name from Tuface to 2Baba.
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