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Little girl refuses to call stepfather ‘daddy’, says her real dad is in jail (Video)



A little girl has been captured on tape refusing to refer to her mother’s new husband as her father.

In a video making the rounds online, the bold kid stated that the man is not her daddy, adding that her real father is in jail.

She spoke during a brief interaction with her mother, just as her stepdad was helping to fix her bicycle.

The girl was watching her stepdad as he working on the bicycle, and it melted the mother’s heart so much that she gushed saying; ”Awww, look at daddy.”

In swift response, the kid said with a frown that the man was not her daddy. She went on to say her real daddy is in jail, and she misses him.

“He is not my daddy. My daddy is in jail and I miss him”, the little girl said. After hearing what she said, the man threw away the bicycle.

The stepdad made a reference to the man being in jail and retorted; ‘‘That’s why he’s never getting out”

Watch the video below:

@mfalmehayes When your stepchild ungrateful 😂😂 #fypシ゚viral #viral #stepandflex #stepdad #funny #funnyvideos ♬ original sound – CreecyHayes

In reaction; taje wrote; and that’s why I only got McDonald’s for MY son😂💀🖐🏽

Torbisbae; step parents don’t always have to replace they other parent

Brian; Why would the mom say that tho lmao

jo👑; why do mom’s do this ? try to convince the kids that they have another dad 🤣

Rank; The mom knew what she was doing 😂

In entertainment news, Big Brother Naija ‘Level Up’ housemate, Chichi has opened up on her traumatic experience growing up. The Exotic dancer revealed that her father was poisoned to death when she was a child and it’s something that she can never forget.

She stated while having a conversation with fellow housemate, Deji, after lights out on Tuesday, 16th of August, 2022.Chichi also said that she was abandoned by her mother when she was just a baby, so it was her dad that raised her before the his untimely death.

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