October 15, (THEWILL) – Taiwo Oyebanjo, the estranged wife of On Air Personality, Dotun Kayode, popularly known as Do2dtun, has broken her silence following accusations from her estranged husband over access to their children.
Do2dtun, in an Instagram post on Thursday, called Taiwo out for denying him access to their two children.
In subsequent posts, Dotun shared court documents showing that he and Taiwo, the younger sister to popular Nigerian artiste, Dapo Oyebanko, aka Dbanj, shared custody of their daughters.
He also slammed D’Banj in some of his posts, threatening to release his number should he not be given access to his children.
“Hello #iamdbanj, I give you & your sister 24 hours to tell me how you intend to grant me access to my kids. If you don’t, I’ll put the numbers of every one of your family members out. They will call you on my behalf,” he wrote.
Taiwo, who has kept mum for a while, has finally broken her silence.
In a lengthy post on Instagram on Saturday, Taiwo revealed her reason for denying her estranged husband access to their kids.
According to her, she was sexually, emotionally, and psychologically abused in the eight years she was with Do2dtun.
She partly wrote, “For eight years, I tolerated your sexual, emotional, and psychological abuse. I can never recover from the trauma and pain you caused me.
“How did you expect me to raise the girls in that environment?”
Addressing Dbanj’s issue, Taiwo stated that all her brother ever did for them was help and that Do2Tun was chasing clout with Dbanj’s brand.
She wrote, “This is not Dapo’s battle; leave him out. All he did was help and cover your shame as you couldn’t keep up with your responsibilities, and you are here fighting Dbanj.
“Dapo paid several rents, so we did not live on the streets.
“I started working for Mohits (a defunct record label owned by her brother and Michael Ajaere aka Don Jazzy) fresh out of college after working at Deloitte before I met you, and you are lying to your social media family that my mum made me quit my job.
“You encouraged me to keep working for Mohits for our benefit so we did not have to beg. I was abused for several years and ran for my life; this has nothing to do with Dapo.
“Every decision I made was to protect the girls from you.”