- A female fan identified as @parrotshub expressed her feelings for singer Adekunle Gold
- @parrotshub told the singer that she would love to be his second wife
- The singer replied and told her to come off it
With hit after hit, Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold is currently on the lips of his fans and followers especially after the release of his recent song called AG Baby which features Trinidadian singer, Nailah Blackman.
The Something Different crooner is also engaging with his lovers across his social media pages.
Recently, the father of one shared a video on his Twitter page about how good looking he is. The father of one noted that God is a great creator while hailing his beauty.
Reacting to the video, a fan called @parrotshub expressed her heart desire to the singer.
According to the fan who seemed to be a lady, she wants to be the singer's second wife. @parrotshub wrote her tweet and ended it with a crying emoji.
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Replying to his fan's tweet, the Ire singer gently told her to come off it, in a mix of Yoruba and English languages.
@parrotshub then replied to the singer's response by saying that she would try.
It is quite common to see fans expressing deep feelings to their favourite celebrity, hence, @parrotshub's expression of love to Adekunle seemed to be no surprise, but for the fact that he is a married man.
As soon as the young lady shared her tweet, other followers of the singer took to his comment section to also react to it.
Read some responses below:
Meanwhile, just recently, Adekunle Gold described his wife Simi and child, Deja, as his whole world. This was after Simi shared a lovely photo of her holding up their child on her Instagram page.
The Selense crooner told her daughter that there is nothing that she wouldn't give to her in the universe.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Simi celebrated Adekunle Gold on Father's Day with an adorable video.
In the video shared to her page, Adekunle Gold was seen singing to their daughter, Adejare, who he cradled in the palm of his hands.
With Adejare carefully and lovingly held in his hands, he gently sways with her as he sings a song in Yoruba dialect.