Singer and music producer JJC Skillz has revealed how and when he started dating his actress wife, Funke Akindele in an interview published by a popular Nigerian newspaper.
JJC who unbelievably has three baby mamas and three grown kids and who once said he couldn’t marry any of his three baby mama’s because of emotional ties, revealed in the interview that he met and fell in love with Funke when she was initially searching for a good director and cameraman for her TV series.
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“In fact, it was love at first sight. I saw her, she saw me and, we saw stars. From that point on, everything was aligned. She had an idea called Jenifa’s Diary that she wanted to do, and she was looking for a good director and cameraman, so she called me to help her shoot the TV series, and that was how we met.” JJC said.
No doubt, the stock of the pair have both risen after the couple said “I do” at a secret wedding staged in London last year which took the industry by surprise.
Now basking in the euphoria of being called man and wife the pair recently launched their mansion located at Amen Estate, Lekki and also unveiled a new record label during their recent house warming ceremony.
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