“Nigerians always fall for pity card” – Lord Lamba speaks amid custody battle with Queen

Nigerian skit-maker, Kelvin Anagbogu, professionally addressed as Lord Lamba has finally broken silence amid the barrage of attacks he received for posting his daughter.

Lord Lamba had shared cute photos of him and the little girl on his Instagram page moments after his baby mama, reality TV star Queen announced her engagement to King David.

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He came under heavy criticism for his action as people wondered why he kept the news of his baby a secret and only decided to confirm it on the day his baby mama got engaged. Despite the outrage, the skit-maker slammed a suit on Queen wherein he demanded full custodial rights to their child.

However, Lord Lamba reacted to the recent online attacks, noting that Nigerians love listening to people who use the pity card.

The social media comedian also sent a message that talent manager, Mike Premium and God are his witnesses to his side of the incident.

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Tagging Mike Premium on his page, Lord Lamba wrote; “@mike_premium and God is my witness I know Nigerians always listen and fall for pity card.”

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CorrectNG reported on Thursday that Lord Lamba demanded full custody of the child he had with Big Brother Naija star, Queen Mercy Atang.

This is coming amid the mother-of-one’s announcement of an engagement to her longtime partner, King David.

Also, moments after Queen shared photos of she and her fiance, Lamba took to his social media page to upload images of him with their baby girl, whom he names Princess Keilah Kelvin Anagbogu.

The skit-maker then slammed a suit on the former Big Brother Naija contestant, wherein he demanded full custodial rights for their child.

It reads in part: “The Applicant who has been providing financial support to Respondent for the feeding and maintenance of Princess Khelilah Kelvin Anagbogu was refused access to the child.

It is in the best interest of the said child that she be placed under the custody of the Applicant in order for her to have a decent upbringing and for her to be well catered for.”