- Renowned Ghanaian writer, Waterz Yidana, has condemned Nollywood veteran Ini Edo’s decision to avoid a baby daddy through surrogacy
- According to the published author, the baby will go through a lot of psychological problems looking for their father
- He also added that the action of the celebrity should not be welcomed in society due to its adverse effects
Celebrated Ghanaian writer Waterz Yidana, has criticised Nollywood superstar Ini Edo for her decision to have a baby via surrogacy.
While surrogacy is still a strange concept to most Africans, the veteran actress has faced sharp criticism in choosing that method to have a child.
According to The Punch, the actress said she decided to go for surrogacy in order to avoid having any issues with baby daddies.
In a post on his Facebook handle, Waterz Yidana criticised the actress’ decision and stated that her action should not be encouraged in society.
“I often won’t comment on the lifestyles of many Nigerian and Ghanaian celebrities because I feel they have every right to live as they please once they are not breaking any public laws or posing as enemies of the state. But I am commenting on this particular issue because I saw so many of our youth praising Ini Edo online for the wrong reason,” he started.
According to Yidana, it is not a bad thing to have a child through surrogacy if you have problems with your reproductive system or is having an issue getting pregnant.
He, however, maintained that Edo has created a big problem for her innocent baby when she grows up to understand how things work in life.
“This baby will go through a lot of psychological problems and mental tortures looking for who her father is and the woman that carried her for nine months in her womb,” he added.
Ini Edo gets baby via surrogacy
The movie star who gave birth to a baby girl via surrogacy recently shared details about the birth of her baby and the father.
Edo admitted she used a donor to father her child to avoid baby daddy drama and for peace of mind.