Bensoul's baby mama makes curious message in 1st-ever post with singer

The two welcomed a baby girl in September last year.

Tiffany Muikamba with Bensoul
Image: Instagram

The baby mother of well-known artist Bensoul, Tiffany Muikamba, has posted the first-ever image of the two together on her Instagram page.

The chocolate beauty shared the adorable pictures of their toddler along with a nice birthday message thanking God for all he had done for them.

"Dear God thank you for my little bundle of joy. Seeing her turn one is a real joy. Thank you for taking care of us and always having our backs. Long live our little family ❤️" 

What was also noteworthy was the last part of her message and I quote, 'Long live our little family'.

Given their tense history, Tiffany made sure to deactivate the comment section of a post that most people would never have expected to occur.

Muikamba welcomed her daughter with singer Bensoul in September last year.

At the time, Tiffany shared a photo of the newborn holding her hand and showered her with praises in her caption:

“Today I also celebrate the birth of my really pretty daughter. Guys I’m really in love with her (love emojis)” She wrote.

The two met at the 2021 Oktobafest.

“Well, I will just say this…I met him during the Oktobafest. I think it was on 31st October and now i am 3 months pregnant as of end of February. You can do the math and see whether the pregnancy was as a result of on nightstand or not.” 

“Our baby is not a product of a one-time thing.”

Speaking to Mpasho in April 2022, she said that she became seriously ill when the pregnancy reports leaked. 

"I had to go to the emergency room because my blood pressure was so high and I even had ulcers. I almost had a miscarriage, after that, I knew I had to be strong for this baby. Anytime anyone says anything about this baby I know it is just words," she said. 

"It was really hard at first, accepting and hearing that people know about it. My auntie told me that I don't have to put everything everyone says into my head because I am the only one who knows myself."

"People actually hoping that I miscarry and telling me that I should die... For me, it is the audacity for someone to judge another. I do not want to play the victim but I do not think people should have opinions on the lives of others," she shared.