Here is Why Lyta and his Baby Mama Are Trending on the Blue Bird App


Fast-rising street hop act, Lyta alongside his baby mama, has become the topic of discussion of several members of the bird-themed social app, Twitter and as a result, taken up space on the trend tables. 

Lyta baby mama


The singer who is signed to Naira Marley-owned record label, Marlian Music became a Twitter trend on the 19th of May after his baby mama, Kemi Ayorinde, mother to their baby, Aari, took to her Instastory to wax hot about some of the singer’s purported incompetencies as a father. 

The vexed mum shared her grievances with Lyta in a series of penned posts which she started off thus;

“Dear future husband, 

Aari’s dad can’t afford 13k (Naira) for balloons for his child’s upcoming 1st birthday so imma need you to be able to afford my baby’s monthly cost, if not you’re not for me.


Lyta baby mama

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She then went on to state that she had become a victim of situation wherein people had brought out the beast in her.  She further stated that she was not financially handicapped but rather asked that Lyta foot the 13 thousand bill for balloons for their son just so he could be involved in his life. She went on to call the singer useless and stated that she had formerly been bankrolling the artiste who together with his management, was tagged by Kemi as evil.

Lyta baby mama

Kemi Ayorinde Aari mum

Kemi also added that she had been pressured to have the child for Lyta before dropping a bomb that the singer had infected her and their baby with an STD which they all live with. She expressly demanded that the artiste apologise to her for mistreating her and for causing her heartache and depression.

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Lyta baby mama

Lyta’s baby mama, Kemi had given birth to their son Aari on the 24th of July. They have since been a news topic in May this year after Kemi also dragged the singer and his manager, Seyi Awonuga over custody of her child.