In 2013, Banky Wellington released one of his most popular singles, “Yes/ No”, with cameo appearances from fellow labelmate, Niyola, best friend, Tunde Demuren, among others. Amstel Malta contestant, model and Banky W’s love interest at the time, Uche Odoh, also appeared in the video.
Shortly after, rumours milled around the entertainment industry that Banky W, who was at the time the most eligible bachelor, had finally fallen head over heels in love with model, Uche.
The beautiful dimpled model was seen at every function accompanied by Banky W. Shortly after, she took a hiatus from social media and resurfaced later, tagging Banky Wellington as her baby daddy.
This continued for months, and after a while, it appeared that the relationship went south. Uche decided to try cinematography and later went on to intern with Tope Oshin.
A few years down the line, in 2018, Uche was pictured with the love child produced by the short romance between herself and Banky W. The child looked about five years, the same number of years that Uche disappeared from social media for. The beautiful baby girl bore a striking resemblance to both her parents, and everyone started tagging Banky W to ask why he kept the identity of his child away from the public. But the artist denied any knowledge of his love child.
Some people insisted that Uche and Banky had an agreement to never disclose the child to the public. This made Uche transfer custody of her daughter to her mother, and the child is now currently being trained by Uche's mom who resides in the East.
Also, there are speculations that Adesua Etomi found out about Banky's child with Uche before the wedding. The three talked and resolved the issue amicably, hence the reason Uche congratulated Banky and Adesua on their engagement. Afterwards, she took to social media to delete every trace of her relationship with him from her page.
Uche Odoh and Banky Wellington maintain a platonic relationship. She supported his political career of running for House of Representatives under Etiosa constituency, which he sadly lost to his opponent.