Vanessa MDEE and Rotimi welcome the birth of their first child

Vanessa MDEE and Rotimi just welcomed the birth of their first child- a bouncy baby boy. Named Seven Adeoluwa Akinosho, Nigerian musician and Power hit-show actor Rotimi went on Instagram to announce their first bundle of joy to the world with a an adorable Polaroid.

Tanzanian singer and TV personality Vanessa MDEE also posted on her Instagram the birth of her son.

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Earlier this month, the couple, who have been engaged for almost a year, revealed that they were expecting. “We are super excited to welcome our son. As first-time parents, everything about this experience has been a brand-new challenge,” the pair said in a statement to People. “We love it.”

In December 2020, Rotimi asked Vanessa to marry him. “She said YES!” he captioned a post showing off her huge diamond rock. “You are my everything. My angel. In 2015, I prayed that whoever my wife was going to be and wherever she was at the moment, I hoped she was happy, having a good day and receiving GOD’S abundance.”

Congratulations to the couple.Congratulations, Vanessa MDEE and Rotimi on your beautiful growing family!

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