“U Belong to The Street”: Charly Boy Says He Married For the Wrong Reason After 46yrs of Union

“U Belong to The Street”: Charly Boy Says He Married For the Wrong Reason After 46yrs of Union

  • Charly Boy has opened up about his marriage of 46 years in an interview on Inside Scoop hosted by reality show star, Uriel Oputa
  • According to Area Fada, he married for the wrong reason as what he wants now is different from what he wanted when he got married 
  • Charly Boy noted that she wanted a woman who could sing and was beautiful with a lovely figure
  • In an exclusive chat with Legit.ng, relationship expert, Kingsley Speaks says something must be wrong for Charly Boy to say that

Songwriter and activist, Charles Oputa, better known as Charly Boy has caused a stir with the revelation he made about his marriage of 46 years.

The controversial personality who survived prostate cancer was a guest on Inside Scoop which was anchored by reality show star, Uriel Oputa. 

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Charly Boy says he married for the wrong reason.
Charly Boy says he married for the wrong reason. Photo credit @dianeoputa
Source: Instagram

According to him, he married for the wrong reason. Explaining further, he noted that when he married then, he wanted a beautiful woman, who could sing and had a banging body.

Charly Boy says his taste has changed

In the clip, he stated that his taste and what he wants now have changed completely. The singer who once claimed he scammed banks added that at the time he got married, he was hungry for all the things he listed.

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Charly Boy also noted that he was no longer interested in beauty and ladies' physiques again.

See the video here

In a chat with Legit.ng, Kingsley Speaks says Charly Boy's utterance wasn't normal.

He said:

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"I particularly want to check a few parameters before concluding.  I think something went wrong somewhere. Something is happening, we can't exclude the spiritual factors. Did she cheat, was she also tired? If we can't pinpoint any of those factors. Something must have happened somewhere. A couple of factors here and there, but I don't believe it is a normal thing. The transition from good to bad is too sharp. If he can't give a good reason for his action, something must be wrong. We have to look at the angle where Western factors cannot comprehend, but we in Africa can."

Speaking about divorce

He said:

"Like I said,  if I am the one handling the case, one of the things we need to understand is, that some relationships end when one cannot handle certain things. Questions should be asked, things should be probed. If they cannot trace the problem to something physical, then we must trace it as spiritual. If he should end the relationship, he wouldn't be able to stay away from his family for that long. He will retrace his steps one day and go back to his woman."

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Charly Boy drags Wole Soyinka

Legit.ng had reported that Charly Boy had descended on Wole Soyinka in a series of tweets.

He blasted him and called him an errand boy of Nigerian criminal politicians. He also compared him to the late writer, Chinua Achebe, and said he was less of a man.

He made the utterance after Soyinka slammed Obedient movement, the people Charly Boy believed in and had so much pride in.

While speaking about Soyinka's comments, Charly Boy said he used to respect the writer a lot until he spoke against Obedient.

Charly Boy endorses Peter Obi

Meanwhile, Legit.ng recalls reporting that veteran musician, entertainer and political activist Charles Oputa, better known as Charly Boy, had publicly endorsed the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi.

The veteran actor publicly threw his weight behind Peter Obi and his Obidient movement while on an African Independent Television AIT TV programme. He said on the show that it was time for Nigerians to take back their country, and there was no other time to do it.

Source: Legit.ng

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Shade Metibogun (Entertainment editor) Shade Metibogun is an entertainment editor at Legit.ng (since 2023). She has over a decade experience in both print and online media (THEWILL, Institute for Media and Society). Shade is Post Graduate Diploma in Education ( 2016), Bachelor Degree in Literature in English, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Email: shade.metibogun@corp.legit.ng

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