OAP Do2dtun Children Custody Battle With Ex-wife, D’banj’s Younger Sister Gets Messier

OAP Do2dtun Children Custody Battle With Ex-wife, D’banj’s Younger Sister Gets Messier

Fawaz Adebisi 

The divorce case between popular Nigerian media personality and show host, OAP Do2dtun, and his ex-wife, Omotayo, who is also the younger sister of singer D’banj, has taken a new twist as they continue to fight over the custody of their two children.

The couple, who got married in 2013 and have two children together, filed for divorce in November 2021 at the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja, citing irreconcilable differences and serious marital issues.

According to Omotayo, Do2dtun forced her to abort her third pregnancy as a married woman and subjected her to domestic violence and emotional abuse, which affected her health and well-being.

She also accused him of being unfaithful and irresponsible as a husband and father.

Responding to this, Do2dtun, through his Instagram page, denied the allegations and claimed that Omotayo and her family were spreading lies about him to tarnish his image and reputation.

He also accused her of denying him access to their children and violating the court order that granted them divided custody of the children, pending the final determination of the suit.

Do2dtun said he was ready to fight for his rights and expose Omotayo’s secrets with evidence, such as receipts, video recordings, voice notes, etc.

He also alleged that Omotayo was using her brother’s influence and connections to manipulate the case in her favour.

However, Omotayo has not responded publicly to Do2dtun’s claims yet.

Omotayo is a businesswoman and a fashion designer who runs a clothing line called Taytay’s Couture and a beauty salon called Taytay’s Beauty Place.

The case is still ongoing and the court is yet to make a final decision on the custody of the children.

The public is divided over the matter, with some supporting Do2dtun and others sympathizing with Omotayo.

The situation has also sparked debates on social media about marriage, divorce, and child rights in Nigeria.


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