iLLBliss narrates how he battled childlessness for eight years
Tobechukwu Ejiofor, better known as iLLBliss, is a Nigerian rapper, actor, and entrepreneur. He recently opened up about his eight-year battle with infertility.
For Odogwu Malay and Munachiso, their eight-year marriage seemed incomplete, according to the actor, who is best known as Odogwu Malay in the film “King of Boys.”
When he spoke with Chude Jideonwo, a Nigerian media personality, on Sunday, he said this.
Sochikaima, the rapper’s first child, was born after an eight-year wait, which he described as “incomplete.”
“It was incomplete. This is why you must marry your friend. My wife’s name is Munachiso and it means I work with God and my God is always by my side. Sometimes she’ll be like, ‘Babe why are we not panicking? Why are we not having anxiety about children?’.
“It was a long wait. I got married in 2009 and I knew I was doing the honorable thing. The plan was to get married, raise a family promptly and take care of all of them.
“So the first year came, second year, third year, fourth year, fifth year. Some of the friends that I was part of their groomsmen or we did collectible groomsmen had gotten married, their kids had come.
“Even the guys that were groomsmen for my own wedding had gotten married and kids were popping up from all around us.”
That’s what people were trying to do when they tried to introduce Illbliss’ wife and him to preachers.
When they decided to keep their faith in God, they also discussed the possibility of adoption, according to him.
“We were happy. We weren’t even saying our rosary let alone having to run around for things but we stayed with God.
”I’ll be honest with you, at some point, we decided to adopt. We said we would take somebody’s child and raise at least show them so much love and as soon as we had spoken about that, wifey took in like two months after then.”
The rapper noted that he and his wife were so excited when the doctor broke the news of the pregnancy to them.
The rapper said: