“I’m looking for someone to have my child, apply in my DM” – Nigerian rapper, Speed Darlington.

Popular social media sensation and artiste, Speed Darlington, has announced that he wants a baby mama.

The rapper revealed that he is looking for a woman to become pregnant and carry his baby during a live session on TikTok.

Speed Darlington stressed that he was serious, despite the fact that his fans assumed he was fooling around or “catching cruise” as he typically does.

He asked women who might be interested in being his baby mama to express interest by submitting an application through his DM on social media.

”If you are interested in having my child, I’m serious. I know it sounds funny…”, he said.

Watch him speak below:

Speed Darlington, who recently declared an interest in media personality, Nancy Isime, has made a U-turn and claims he no longer finds her attractive.

This comes after singer Patoranking starred the popular TV host and actress in the visuals of his new track, Kolo Kolo.

The abroad-based musician, who accused Nigerian singers of always copying him to stay relevant, said he lost interest in Nancy when Patoranking used her as a vixen for his music video.

He said he is tired of being a pacesetter for Nigerian musicians who wait for him to show interest in something, and then copy him.

According to him, Nigerian entertainers do not know how to stay relevant. They wait for him to do something, then they imitate.

Watch him speak below,

In related news, Nigerian singer, Darlington Okoye, popularly known as Speed Darlington, who recently declared an interest in media personality, Nancy Isime, has made a U-turn and claims he no longer finds her attractive.

This comes after singer Patoranking starred the popular TV host and actress in the visuals of his new track, Kolo Kolo.

The abroad-based musician, who accused Nigerian singers of always copying him to stay relevant, said he lost interest in Nancy when Patoranking used her as a vixen for his music video.

He said he is tired of being a pacesetter for Nigerian musicians who wait for him to show interest in something, and then copy him.

According to him, Nigerian entertainers do not know how to stay relevant. They wait for him to do something, then they imitate.

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