Lullabies, daddy dance parties, baby walks, special play time and silly faces, D'banj is ready for all.
True or not it will be great to see D'banj as a father. The entertainer has been a baby boy for a lifetime and now it seems the right time is for him to be a father.
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What would you expect from the music star if a baby comes? Privacy of course. We are still wondering if D'banj is married or not. For such a flashy singer, D'banj has done an expert job of keeping his private life private.
With such discipline from the koko master, don't expect 'daddy and me' matching shoes and clothes for all to see on social media. D'banj likes to keep his life private and not even having a baby will change that. As a matter of fact he will be more cautious. Don't expect a grand unveiling of his baby's face on Instagram.
Behind closed doors, Dapo Oyebanjo would be changing diapers and shopping for baby clothes. He would be at the hospital for regular checkups.
Let's not forget lullabies, daddy dance parties, baby walks, special play time and silly faces. D'banj would put quality and quantity time with his kids. He won't capitalise on the baby factor to win the hearts of more fans or to sell his music. If anything, the 'Emergency' star would spend more time quietly with his little one (the same way he quietly got married or did he?)
He is a money maker, talented and older, a baby boy for life but he already knows what fatherhood entails and would not jump into it blindly. To be realistic, it turns out family represents his core focus and is very important to him.
Fatherhood might change D'banj as a person but it most definitely won't affect his baby boy lifestyle. He would still be the charming entertainer we all know and love. He has already shown that he knows when to be D'banj and when to be Dapo.
He will not change his musical content for his baby and would remain the koko master.