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5 Musicians whose love songs are nothing like their love lives

24 August 2016, 12:10

Lagos -  Releasing a great love song does not  always translate to a great love life.

Below are five Nigerian musicians who have great love songs, but have not found love.

1 Flavour
Highlife musician, Flavour has just as many love songs in his catalog, as he has in his many failed relationships.
He has been linked with former beauty queens, Sandra Okagbue and Anna Banner, and has a child with the latter.

2. Davido
In Davido’s case, after singing ‘Nobody can love you and touch you like I do’  in the hit song ‘Aye’, his relationship with Sophie Momodu, his baby mama still crashed, after a tense custody  battle for the child.

3. Tiwa Savage
Everyone was sure that Tiwa Savage’s marriage to Tee Billz will last, unfortunately accusations of infidelity, abuse and reckless spending shot the marriage down.

4. Wizkid
Wizkid has had his own share of failed relationships that has produced two children and two baby mamas. Presently Wizkid is being linked to American singer Justine Skye.

5. Olamide
Olamide sings about his love interest sticking with him through the good times and the bad times, now that he is a superstar, she is his baby mama but there is no ring on it.


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