However, the Omo Baba Olowu crooner still sings about the controversial issue in his songs, especially where he adds ' Dele na my boy, dele na my boy' which tries to imply that Dele Momodu is his 'boy'.
Joy News had a brief chat with the veteran journalist and this is what he has to say about that particular line, 'Dele na my boy'
"Fans can misled people sometimes. Well that's what most music artistes all over the world do. He is using it to sell his album. He wants to sell his records, so he had to create controversy, to make that happen.
I don't know why you are talking about it now, as far as i'm concerned, he is just selling his records, because I don't think David will see me face to face and call me his boy. I'm his father.
I'm comfortable with that, I can't fight my own child and we are also connected for life through that child (Imade).
He called me his boy, do I look like any body's boy? No! So what are we not saying! " he said