Although he legally married in America back in 2006, the father of 10 children, in an interview with GhanaWeb said the plan was not to be a husband.
In an interview with Doreen Abanema Abayaa on Talkertainment, he confessed to marrying his wife to acquire his Green Card. He however abandoned the plan in the process.
“I feel like having a child is heavier than a marriage. Having a child is a responsibility between two people and no matter what, you have to uphold… that is superior to me than a wedding.”
He further explained: “I am actually already married. I got married for Green Card in America in 2006 but I never applied. I just left America and came and so I am still illegally married in America. It was just about papers.”
In the candid opinion of the crooner of ‘Stubborn Marafaka’, marriage has never been a big deal to him. To him, a union between a man and a woman doesn’t feel normal to him.
“I don’t think I will dedicate my life to one person and be like in a marriage. I can’t, it doesn’t feel normal to me,” he told GhanaWeb.