Nollywood actress Annie Idibia and wife to Nigerian legendary singer 2face, has taken to social media to celebrate her stepson as he clocks ‘age 16’.
Annie Idibia shared a compilation video of herself and her stepson having lovely moments, which left many netizens gushing at her.
Captioning the video, Annie Idibia described her stepson as the man of the house, saying she’s proud of him while appreciating him for being exceptionally amazing.
Annie Idibia said her stepson has grown to become a complete gentleman, very deep, intelligent and calm, adding she is blessed to have him call her mama.
Happy birthday to our First…
The man of the house
Oh My Fabulous , 16 is here !
I want you to know that we are sooooo proud of you. Love love the way you look out for everyone , thank you for being exceptionally amazing , for all the warm hugs and long convos,you make it so easy to love you.
You have grown to become a complete gentleman , very deep , very intelligent and so calm. I am so blessed to have you call me “mama” we gonna create more n more beautiful memories. I love you Son. @ninoidibia
Reacting to the post, some fans and followers hailed Annie Idibia for celebrating her stepson in the most beautiful way.
ukun_oritse wrote: So beautiful and so pure
kemi_akanji._ wrote: I can see that pure love you share with your step son God bless you and happy birthday to the birthday boy.
mimimax_rex wrote: Anuty Annie bless your heart. Happy birthday fabulous
sweetjay55 wrote: This is lovely. Happy birthday big man
It was recalls Annie Idibia recently slammed hypocrites and those who always feel entitled to things.
In a post shared on Instagram story, Annie Idibia warned that people should not call her ma, madam or mama in front of her and refer to her as Annie or she behind her.
Annie Idibia also warned that people should avoid abusing privileges as nobody owes them anything, including smiles, hugs, water or money.
According to Annie Idibia, people should not be ungrateful or unfortunate to utter words, questioning what other people have done for them.
In her words: Don’t call me ma, mama or madam in front of me then behind me, you refer to me as ‘Annie’ or she! Do not abuse the privileges u ‘re given! Nobody owes you anything! No one owes me anything either! Even if its a smile, hug, water or 1 Naira… do not be unfortunate/ungrateful to ever utter words like – what has she/he done for me clearly says/show how ungrateful and entitled u r.