Apr 17, 2021


Maori News & Indigenous Views

Anika Moa celebrates the birth of twins

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Anika Moa (Ngapuhi, Te Aupouri) is celebrating the birth of of twin baby boys with her wife Angela Fyfe.

The couple married last year in February and live in the Waitakere Ranges.

Moa has previously described Fyfe as the love of her life.

“I worship Azaria and she worships me back. I’m very devoted,” she said last year.

Moa, who won Best Female Solo Artist at the New Zealand Music Awards in 2010, already has a lullaby she can play the twins.

She wrote the sleep-time song, Sleep Me Tight, for Jon Toogood’s most recent project, The Adults.


2 thoughts on “Anika Moa celebrates the birth of twins

  1. Hemi Rau is a GUILTY Traitor! In the old days he would have been beheaded for these crimes against the KINGSHIP. Tainui dont want him so hes pushing his Tau iwi kaupapa in Otakanini Ngati Whatua. Hemi Rau is Tau Iwi orientated and cares only for MONEY. The people are irrelevent and he will spend every cent he can get his hand on, in the courts to further his GREED motivated Ideology. It is great the Tuku Morgan is a strong man and was not phased by the blind greed that Hemi Rau was trying to impose upon Tainui.
    I worry for the future of our Whanau and Whenua in the Kaipara ki te Tonga Rohe.
    Ngati Whatua ki Kaipara is under seige with this Bull head Hemi Rau at the Helm, Current Chairman of the Otakanini Topu incorporation. He has bought all his Tainui Commercial contacts such as MIGHTY RIVER POWER and railroaded all these windmills with basic to no consultation with the people. We have no resource such as Tainui, to Take this clown to court and make him accoutable. Help us Tuku Morgan, you know his colours. Investigate MIGHTY RIVER cause they are in his pocket, We are doomed without yous!! If he is like this with his fathers people TAINUI! Please spare US, His MOTHERS people, Ngati Whatua tuturu

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