“My 5-month-old daughter had an older sibling” Dancer Korra Obidi opens up on her pregnancy loss

Korra Obidi, a Nigerian-American dancer and all-around artist, has spoken out for the first time about her miscarriage. The dancer who divorced her foreign spouse, Justin Dean, earlier this year has revealed additional details about her personal life. The mother of two posted a snapshot of herself holding a positive pregnancy test strip on her Instagram story.

Korra Obidi claimed in the caption that her 5-month-old baby should have had a brother. This means Korra and her ex-husband, Justin, experienced a miscarriage before the birth of Athena. The Deans have two daughters, and their names are June and Anthena. “You had a huge Sis/Bro, @athenadean_.”

This latest revelation comes just days after Korra Obidi revealed her continuing custody fight with her ex-husband. She sobbed in a video released on her site that her children had been taken away for a few days, leaving her distraught. Korra called for help in a subsequent post about ploys taking her children away from her. Korra Obidi alleged on social media that they were attempting to take her children away from her.

Korra Obidi


Her children, she claimed, were accustomed to having complete control over her life. I can’t believe someone is threatening to take my children away because I’m not appropriately dressed.

She wrote me an email that said, ‘Korra Korra, they’re going to take your children because you’re not wearing clothing.’ They are attempting to manipulate me by using these children. So if I put on clothes now, they won’t kidnap my kids. Ehhhhhhh.

Korra Obidi’s personal details

Anita Korra Obidi was born on June 23, 1994, in the Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. Her mother is running late.

Korra Obidi has two brothers and grew up in a highly churchy setting, specifically Deeper Christian Life Ministries. She attended Command Secondary School in Ojo Lagos before pursuing Business Education at the University of Lagos.

Korra Obidi

She is one year older. She began dancing as a toddler, and as early as 2007, she performed for rapper ‘Sasha.’ Korra Obidi’s career in the entertainment world started as a professional dancer on tour with several Nigerian artists at UNILAG. Korra has had rigorous instruction in belly dance and classical Odissi from Priti Mastakar in Cairo and Lagos.

She began touring as an independent artist with the African basketball league in October 2015, visiting various African nations, including Côte d’Ivoire. Korra Obidi was the only black act representing women of color at the Ladies A’la Mode in Muscat, Oman, and the Burj Al Arab in Dubai in 2016.

She made news in 2019 when she appeared on the American Top Dance Show ‘So You Think You Can Dance while pregnant. She is the show’s first pregnant contestant.

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