Korede Bello opens up on marriage plans, relationship with Iyabo Ojo's daughter

Korede Bello opens up on marriage plans, relationship with Iyabo Ojo's daughter

- Singer Korede Bello recently shed some light on marriage plans and rumoured relationship with Iyabo Ojo's daughter

- The music star stated that he does not have a celebrity crush anymore

- Korede also noted that if he had the chance to turn back hands of time he would have done some things differently in the past

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Nigerian singer, Korede Bello, recently revealed that he does not have plans to get married anytime soon even though he believes in the institution.

In a chat with Maryjane Eze for Legit.ng, the music star when asked if he would join the baby mama trend in the industry, stated that he does not do trends as he likes being himself.

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Korede Bello says he is not into the baby mama trend in the music industry
Korede Bello says he had to restrategise due to the pandemic Photo credit: @koredebello/@its.priscy
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He said:

"For baby mama trends in the music industry, I don't do trends. I like being me. That notwithstanding, I believe in marriage; If your definition of marriage is a partnership then yes!"

Speaking on his rumoured romantic relationship with actress, Iyabo Ojo's daughter, the God Win crooner who was being diplomatic said:

"You mean Priscilla? Why didn't you just say her name? Now I'm upset and I respectfully decline to answer the question because a real man only answers direct questions."

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Korede further stated that if he had the rare opportunity to turn back the hands of time, they are a lot of things he would have done differently in the past.

"Ah! If I could turn back the hands of time there're a lot of things I would love to change but I guess there's a reason we can't do that because what will be will eventuality find a way of being. I might not be able to change the past but I can still influence the timeline by taking actions in the present that can change the future. So if I could, I would travel back in time and tell myself that I have the power to change the future with my thoughts and actions."

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The entertainer mentioned that the pandemic had an adverse effect on his brand as he could not go on tour and had to restrategise to give his fans something.

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In his words:

“My plan at the beginning of last year was to hit the road touring. I had just introduced my fans to the newly rebranded Korede Bello but Covid hit before we could hit the road. So we had to strategize and that's when I came up with Micasa Sucasa, which literally means 'my house is your house'. With the help of TikTok, I was able to target a global virtual audience.”

Bello also has a newfound initiative called KBI which focuses on mental health, especially for celebrities.

"It was established when I realised that it doesn't matter how much money or fame you acquire, you need good health to enjoy it. Especially mental health. So that's why I started advocating for mental wellness as priority. Nothing really works effectively when our mental health is threatened."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Korede Bello had some social media users having a rethink about fame with his recent tweets concerning the topic and how he believes fame should work.

According to him, fame should be able to bring one more money not waste it. The Table For Two crooner explained that there should be people teaching how to use fame to get more money.

He also stated that people should seek fame only after they have become wealthy as he explained it is expensive to be famous.


Maymunah Ajetunmobi is a Legit.ng journalist with two years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the University of Ilorin with a Bachelor's Degree in Zoology. Maymunah is an Entertainment Editor because of her passion for writing and media related affairs. She believes in the uniqueness of every individual. Learn more about her on Instagram @munah__a.

Source: Legit.ng

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