Famous Nigerian rapper Naeto C has spoken about the baby mama trend among entertainers in the Nigeria.
"I don’t believe in raising kids out of wedlock" says rapper
In a recent interview, Naeto C said he would have never had a baby outside of wedlock even if he wasn't married.
In a recent interview with Encomium, Naeto C said he would have never had a baby outside of wedlock even if he wasn't married.
"People intentionally want baby mama for their own reasons. At times, it is accidental. Part of the reasons I decided to get married when I did was because I didn’t want to find myself in that situation. I don’t believe in raising kids out of wedlock, it is not easy. It is very difficult. If I wasn’t married, I would be more concerned about settling down than having a friend who will give me a baby" he said in the interview.
Naeto C reveals that a lot of his female fans were disappointed when they found out he was getting married. "I got text messages showing disappointment. A good friend of mine who is also a musician told me that when he got married, he lost some fans and also gained some. Some didn’t want you married. They want to fantasize on the possibility of being your woman" he said.
The award winning rapper was however quick to say that getting married to his wife was the best decision of his life. "I got married because I found a friend, a companion that I want to spend the rest of my life with. That was the best decision I made. It made me a better person. I take pictures with my female fans, I sign autographs with them, anything outside that is inappropriate."
Naeto C got married to his wife in 2012. They welcomed their first son in 2013. The following year they had their second child, a daughter.
Naeto C has released his fourth album ''. The LP is a 15 track album, and contains collaborations from Cynthia Morgan, Olamide, Flavour, Omawumi, and Bular.
“Festival” comes hotly after his third studio LP “”, which was released in August 2015. It is expected to be a commercial album, a stark contrast to its predecessor which was a core Hip-hop conceptual work.
Watch his album review in video below.
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