Bukky Wright Actress's son secretly admires Yemi Alade

He talked the difficulty he has experienced in making an impression with his music, stating that the emergence of some artistes has made that quite tasking

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Bukky Wright

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Ojay Wright , son of popular Nollywood actress, Bukky Wright has secretly declared his admiration for Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade.

He talked about his preferences in women and said, "I like ‘thick women’ with big butt. I would say that Yemi Alade is alright."

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Bukky Wright & Son, Ojay Wright

(Naija Gists)

 

The young musician, who is now a father, also reacted to questions concerning why he mentions his mother's name in his songs.

READ: 'I opened a recording studio for Ojay 10-yrs ago,' actress reveals

Asked about his fears concerning what that might do to his music, with the danger of people tagging him as 'Mummy's Boy', the singer simply responded, "To be honest, I don’t care. I really don’t care if people see me as ‘mummy’s boy’ because I want to make music and I think people should pay more attention to my music rather than my relationship with my mother."

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Ojay Wright and Ms. Bodega on stage

(Freddy Rey/Ronnie Wright)

 

He talked the difficulty he has experienced in making an impression with his music, stating that the emergence of some artistes has made that quite tasking.

Ojay Wright and Ms. Bodega play

Ojay Wright and Ms. Bodega

(Freddy Rey/Ronnie Wright)

 

READ: 'I opened a recording studio for Ojay 10-yrs ago,' actress reveals

"I am deliberately leveraging on my mother’s name. Initially I did not want to but things are getting really tough in the music industry especially since the new guys like Wizkid and Davido came into the picture. It is really tough for you to ‘blow’ nowadays,"

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Ojay Wright

(Instagram)

 

"When I started out, I avoided using my mother’s name and I did not want to have anything to do with her when it came to my music,

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Ojay and Bukky Wright flanked by his brothers

(Instagram)

 

"But when I came into the country last year, I had several meetings with public relations executives and we realised that the best thing to do is to use what you have to get what you want."

With two Bachelor's degree already in place, there is a possibility that things will eventually turn out for the better for the 22 years old musician.

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