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Singer Adekunle Gold admits struggling with ‘dirty habits’

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Adekunle Gold, the ‘Jore’ crooner and husband of sensational singer, Simi has admitted to struggling with ‘dirty habits’ and insecurities on a recent Insta Live chat with Chude Jideonwo, the Founder of Joy, Inc.

The high-life singer and songwriter, was a guest of Jideonwo’s new show #WithChude where he revealed that he once struggled with some certain habits in a conversation which saw both parties sharing major learnings from their personal struggles and journey to well-being.

During the Insta Live chat, Adekunle Gold also talked about his struggle with fame at the start of his musical career, and how negative comments from the public affect creatives like him.

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According to the singer who celebrated his first wedding anniversary in January, 2020, he took some of the negative comments, identified the truth in them, and began working towards getting better.

“If something is out of your control, there’s nothing you can do about it. But if it is within your control, then you have the power to change it,” said Adekunle Gold.

“At some point, I wasn’t comfortable with the way I was looking, and though I was feeling bad, I asked myself, ‘Can I do something about it?’ The answer was ‘Yes’. So, I began working out, and right now, I’m almost addicted to it. Also, it took me a long time to stop biting my nails, but I’ve eventually stopped,” he added.

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