Mad Over You Singer, Runtown, Welcomes Son With Babymama.

Nigerian music star, Douglas Jack Agu, popularly known as Runtown has welcomed his first child, a baby boy with his girlfriend, Selena Leath.

A week ago, the music star, reportedly revealed the name of his child as Zamar after throwing a baby shower for Selena.

The baby shower held on Sunday, May 7, 2017, in the US, with Runtown already looking forward to seeing his baby boy.

The Mad Over You singer has took to his instagram page to announce the birth of his son, Zumar.

With a short video of the young boy, he wrote: “May the good Lord place a shield of protection around you,keep you healthy and guard you as you grow into a man your mom and dad wud be proud of ❤️
My bestfriend and my son Zamar ❤”

Recall that in November 2015, a UK model with Instagram name, Goddess Jamila, called out Runtown on Instagram, claiming to be three months pregnant with his baby.

Jamila shared an Ultrasound photo of the baby and tagged Runtown on the post.

She captioned the post, “Since you won’t return any of my calls or text, for over two weeks, you have left me with no other choice than to bring this here.

“This is Ultra scan of our three months old baby. Anyways, you know how and where to find us.”

Since then, Runtown is yet to make any comment as to the development.

The 27year old singer who hails from Enugu State started his music career in 2007 when he released his first song, “Runtown”.

On 4 November 2016, Runtown released the love-themed ballad “Mad Over You”, which charted at number 38 on the Billboard Twitter Top Tracks chart. Joey Akan from Pulse Nigeria described the song as a “self-produced track that draws inspiration from the Ghanaian Alkayida sound”. Runtown told The Fader magazine that the song was inspired by African beauty.
Mad over you is one of the songs that brought the singer to Limelight.

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