Linda Ikeji desires having another child

Nigerian blogger, Linda Ikeji has stirred mixed reactions by revealing that she would love to have a second child despite being unmarried.

Linda, who welcomed her 5-year-old son named Jayce Ikeji in 2018, made the disclosure in a post on her official Instagram page.

Linda Ikeji desires having another child

The former model expressed gratitude for being blessed with a better life filled with peace, money, success and freedom.

According to the 43-year-old media practitioner, if only she could have another baby, life would seem be perfect for her.

Linda Ikeji wrote: “I couldn’t have prayed for a better life. #money #success #love #peace #freedom 🤩🤩. I just need one more baby, and my life would be perfect!…or nearly! 😅🥰🥰”

CorrectNG recalls that online media personality, Linda Ikeji earlier debunked rumours that she changed her six-year-old son, Jayce’s surname.

She was believed to have changed his surname after vocation post featuring her son and his cousin Ryan Kanu on Tuesday, wherein she referred to her son, Jayce using her last name.

“Jayce Ikeji and Ryan Kanu take Disney/Marvel Paris. Cousins, best friends, and literally growing up together as brothers. Their love for each other is incredible, and when they can help it, are inseparable!

“Ryan is literally the best little human ever! They’ve been on a few vacations together in the past, but this is the first one they will remember as they are nearly 6 and 7 now,” Linda captioned the post.

Some netizens took to the comment section to drag her for allegedly changing her son’s last name from her baby daddy, Sholaye Jeremi’s to hers.

Dismissing the speculations in an Instastory post, Linda Ikeji explained that her son’s surname has always remained so right from the birth and he is free to change it when he comes of age.

She wrote: “Just to be clear. I’ve never ever had to change my son’s surname. He’s been an Ikeji right from when he was born! Where do I have the time or patience to be changing names?

“Changing it and keeping his surname (Ikeji) will be up to him when he ages. Food for my Junior colleagues”.