Pero's sister accuses actress of sending evil messages to 2Face's kids

Pero’s elder sister, Funmi Bazuaye has called out the actress for keeping 2Face's kids away from him.

Annie Idibia

Making particular reference to 2face Idibia's baby mama who is happily married, Sunmbo Ajayi, she wrote:

"Am all about child abuse for the last few weeks... And I realize that they are so many forms of it! Even as parent we do this without even knowing!!!

Let's love our children more than the situations!!! Shout out to all the separated parent /EX who don't stress the other parent over seeing their own kid!!! God bless you.. Your reward is bigger and it is in heaven... #sayNo2Parentalalienation #saynotochildabuseforreal #loveyourkidsmore #whatGoneIsGone #letgo #livefree God bless u real big @s/o to @sunmbo great woman."

Annie was however called her by some for shading 2Face's first baby mama, Pero who has three kids for the music icon.

And now, Pero’s elder sister,  Funmi Bazuaye is clearly not taking the shade lightly as she went on to call the actress out for keeping 2Face's kids away from him.

According to her,  Annie sends some hateful messages to Pero concerning their three children.

Read their full onslaught below.

Funmi Bazuaye also revealed she has more beans to spill concerning the issue.

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