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Daughter of 2Face and Annie Idibia laments how parents were portrayed on popular TV show
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Daughter of 2Face and Annie Idibia laments how parents were portrayed on popular TV show

The daughter of power couple 2Face and Annie Idibia, Isabel, lamented how her parents were portrayed in the reality show “Young, Famous and African.”

The singer’s daughter confronted the popular narrative about her parents after their widely publicized time on the television show in a compelling act of openness.

Isabel expressed her unhappiness about the inaccurate portrayal of her parents.

Isabel highlighted that because of their shared household history, she had a unique perspective on her parents’ lives.

Daughter of 2Face and Annie Idibia laments how parents were portrayed on popular TV show

She emphasized the shallowness of netizens’ comprehension, pointing out that their knowledge of her parents was restricted to what they could find on social media or the internet.

She was honest enough to acknowledge that she was powerless to change the deeply held beliefs about her parents. She did, however, want to remind them that they will never know the whole truth about anything that has ever actually happened in her family.

As a final statement, Isabel voiced her displeasure with the way her parents were portrayed in “Young, Famous, and African,” calling it an unfavorable and inaccurate portrayal that fell short of capturing the essence of who they are.

Her words;

“I don’t like the way my parents were portrayed in Young, Famous and African, the way they were portrayed was just so wrong. Whenever I try to back my parents up and say that’s not what happened everyone is like ‘how would you know? You’re just a child’ How would you know? You’re not in my family, your knowledge is based on stuff that you see on Safari, Instagram and social media.

“I know it because I’ve been in the household with my parents. I can’t change everyone’s perspective on social media because they will always think what they want to think but they will never know the actual true story or background of anything that has ever happened in my family or anything that has happened before I was even born. I don’t like the way my parents were portrayed, it wasn’t the best image and it wasn’t completely accurate.”