Nigerian singer Emeka Akumefuna popularly known as Blaqbonez has given his reason for deciding that his wife will never stay in the same room as him.
He made this known when he appeared as a guest on the latest episode of the Nancy Isime show.
Blaqbonez said he couldn’t live in the same room as his wife due to his polygamous nature.
On top of that, he added that his taste in bedroom design is very manly, unique and distinct from what any woman would want.
In his words:
“First and foremost, in marriage, I don’t want to be in the same room as my wife. I have my own room, just like you. For example, what if I’m a Batman guy who wants all things dark and Batman and you’re a Barbie princess?
“Also, I like my bathroom to have a certain look and I don’t like certain things lying around there. In the bathroom, I prefer to have my male stuff. So in marriage, I decided that I care about you, but you stay in this other room, while I stay in this other room.
“It also helps me with my polygamous tendencies so I can go about my business without bothering you,” Blaqbonez added.
Someday These Platforms Would Catch You Streaming Farm Guys – Blaqbonez Subs Colleagues
Blaqbonez, a gifted Nigerian rapper, writes on Twitter about other musicians running streaming farms.
Blaqbonez, real name Emeka Akumefule, made headlines a week ago when he mocked singer Portable over his arrest.
Yesterday, Blaqbonez took to social media to criticize Nigerian musicians who rely on streaming farms to succeed on the charts.
He hoped that one day the platforms would catch them so everyone would know who the fraudster was.
You might recall that BNXN and Ruger engaged in a social media tiff about streaming farms.
There have also been allegations that some artists don’t fully deserve the praise they receive.
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