Gospel singer, Tope Alabi’s daughter, Ayomikun in paternity scandal as another man claims to be her biological father

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A man identified as Mayegun Olaoye has claimed to be the biological father of Tope Alabi’s daughter, Ayomikun.

Mr Mayegun Olaoye alleged that he is Ayomikun’s real father, adding that Tope Alabi had blocked every avenue for him to know his biological daughter in the past 22 years.

Soji Alabi, Tope Alabi’s husband has been married to the popular gospel artiste for over two decades and has been taking care of Ayomikun as a daughter.

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However, Olaoye is now claiming to be the biological father of the young girl, adding that Tope Alabi hindered him from bonding with her for years.

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