Saturday, December 17, 2016

Muma Gee Defends Self, Says I Was In Abuja To Work

After her actor husband Prince Eke called her out on IG saying she left their three months old baby at home to go to Abuja and has been spotted at different ckubs with different men, the singer has now come out to defend herself. According to her, she has an album which is due for release and she only went to Abuja to work. Her husband while reacting this week online wrote;

"This is not a cheap publicity, I am not washing my dirty linens in the public, neither do I want to invoke pity. How nice is it for a woman to abandon her 3 months old bay for 4 weeks and ran off to Abuja with God knows who and is being seen in Abuja at public joints and night clubs with different men. I really cant stomach it any longer and at this point the world should know for posterity sake."

Muma Gee’s words to Saturday Beats right after the cut.

In a brief telephone chat Muma Gee initially said she wasn’t ready to comment on the issue, but later said she was in Abuja and it was strictly for work.

“Are you saying I shouldn’t do my work again because I am married? I am in Abuja and I came to work. I have a show here. In fact, I am in a meeting right now. I don’t have any problem with whatever he says.

When asked if she actually abandoned her children she said, “I have no comment. I have a new album, let him help me and market it. It is this kind of controversy that we are looking for right now,” she said.
Mean while her husband has been posting photos of himself and their twins saying he is now a single father of three.


  1. She's mad. 3 months old baby for crying out loud. That's his reward for marrying for fame

  2. One day, the truth will be unleashed

  3. She has to work so her kids can have a good life. But she would have gone with her three months old baby. She is too young to be left with a baby sitter

  4. She went to Abuja to work and her hubby didn't know? She should say something else... 3mths old baby is too young. I can't leave my babies (even older) for anything. Ka ma ri.