By Ahmed Boulor
Energetic performer D’Banj has revealed that he is seriously being pressured by his mother to pick a wife. The Koko Master said that much when he was responding to questions in an interview with South African radio personality Anele Mdodathat.
In the interview with Anele, D’Banj said his mum thinks that his fame and achievements may have delayed him from getting married to a woman of his choice.
“She’s told me listen, I don’t care about your success. Maybe it’s this success that is making you not get married he said”.
In recent past, D’Banj has been linked with women like actress, Ini Edo, Genevieve Nnaji, Nadia Buari, Jennifer Obayuwana, former Miss U.S, Kenya Moore, South African TV personality, Bonang Matheba and silver spoon, Adama Indimi.
The multiple-award winning artiste who is currently a host of the MTV-produced show, LipSync Battle Africa also informed that he is planning to take a plunge into Hollywood.
“Once you say you are an entertainer, you don’t want to limit yourself. So, yes I’m going into Hollywood. It might be here in South Africa where I’ll be having a reality show about me”.
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