D'banj likes how society's perception of having children out of wedlock has changed

He also discloses that he likes how this generation is not hard on people who have children out of wedlock.

Nigerian singer Dbanj

The singer appeared as a guest on a recent episode of The Morning Rush show on the Beat FM, where he was asked to confirm if getting married and having kids truly changes a person and gives a fresh perspective in life.

In response, D'banj said, "I think it's just general sometimes. It is important for us to know that we are actually a vessel for God to use. There's nothing that shows that more than knowing that you're responsible for people, it lets you know that it's not only you."

He also expressed admiration for how this generation handles people who have children outside of marriage, emphasising that his generation was harder.

"It's one thing I admire about this generation. Our generation was so hard that if you had a child out of wedlock, your career could just end. Now sometimes I dey call Tuface like, 'Guy why you no tell me that time,?" D'banj said.

"It's something different when you see them celebrating with their kids and they're in their 30s and their kids are teenagers. I be like 'Ah, Una no do me well o. That time I just dey there."

D'banj emphasised that when it comes to having children, it's borders on a person's state of mind.

"Having kids goes beyond just people, it goes to your state of mind. It's like 'Are you mentally ready? Are you financially ready? You don't have to have everything in the world but if you're ready to embrace everything, it comes to you," he concluded.

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