'I'm a magician like all my father's children,' Quilox boss opens up

However, the man about town says magic requires a lot of time and resources which he doesn't possess, thus, he's not willing to go into magic full time.


Shina Peller, the CEO of Quilox night club and celebrated son of late legendary magician, Professor Peller, has opened up on his abilities to perform magic just like all his father's children.

'Magic requires a lot of time and resources. I’m an entrepreneur and I personally believe I do not have the time that it requires to actually do magic full time. I’m a magician myself and every child of my father does magic. I believe what is worth doing at all is worth doing well and that is why I have not given magic a second thought,' the Quilox boss told The Punch.

Applauding his older brother, Zeeto for taking after his dad, Peller says he's grooming his younger brother, Que Peller, who is signed on to Aquila records, to become the first musician and magician in one.

'However, my elder brother, Zeeto, is actually taking it as a profession and he is doing well in it. Que Peller is actually going to be the first music artiste that doubles as a magician in the whole world. This is something I know he can do as a son of a magician...I don’t have the time to do it and that is why I am encouraging my younger brother to explore his talent because I know he can do it. It would set him apart from other artistes,' he said.


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