Rotimi, popular Nigerian-American singer and actor is expecting his first child with fiancee and Tanzanian music star, Vanessa Mdee. He recently revealed this in an exclusive interview with People, and the world has been reacting.
According to him, he is very excited to be expecting a son because they’ll be first-time parents and he looks forward to the experience.
Vanessa added that her unborn child has been so good to her as there has been no real pain or symptoms.
His words, “We are super excited to welcome our son. As first-time parents, everything about this experience has been a brand-new challenge. We love it.”
Vanessa added, “He’s been so good to us. No real pain or symptoms. Some funny cravings and food aversions here and there. It’s been much harder in these final weeks because he’s preparing his arrival, but all in all we’ve been super blessed.”
“The greatest gift of all, THANKYOU JESUS for choosing us – it is a true true honor. We are overjoyed.”
“Isaiah 55:2 – Al your children shall be taught by the LORD, and great shall be the peace of your children.”
Vanessa Hau Mdee (born 7 June 1988 in Arusha, Tanzania), is a Tanzanian singer, songwriter, rapper, youth activist, television personality and radio host. Mdee is popularly known for being the first ever Tanzanian MTV VJ.
She later rose to prominence as a radio and TV host, hosting Epic Bongo Star Search and Dume CHallenge for ITV Tanzania before signing to B’Hits Music Group in late 2012.
Vanessa Mdee was born on 7 June 1988, in Arusha, the third-largest city in Tanzania; located in Northern Tanzania. Mdee became familiar with various cultures after growing up in New York, Paris, Nairobi and Arusha.
She obtained her secondary and high level education at Arusha Modern High School. Mdee attended university at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa to pursue a Law degree. Mdee quickly became familiar with many different forms of creative and performing arts.
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