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Simi Snubs Media Over Marriage, Having Kids

Simi has revealed that she’s not willing to respond to the media on questions relating to her marriage with Adekunle Gold and other family issues. She made this known in an interview where she spoke about her movie debut in a Kunle Afolayan movie titled ”Mokaliki”.

Speaking about what her fans should expect from the movie and her new album, Simi said:

The feeling is so real and unforgettable. I felt great shooting with some of the legends in the industry. It was something I had looked forward to for a long time, so when I heard that I would be part of the cast, I jumped at the opportunity because it was another way of showing the world the other side of Simi that they have never seen in play.


The interviewer chipped in: Congratulations on your marriage to Adekunle Gold.

Simi replied: “Please don’t let us talk about that. I won’t talk about that matter. So just drop the question.”

Interviewer: How soon are you settling down to have kids and build a family with him?

She replied: I am definitely not going to talk about family with the media. You won’t hear that from me. If there are other questions, I will love to speak about them but not about family or marriage. It’s a no.

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