YBNL vocalist and ‘Sade‘ crooner, Adekunle Gold has revealed that he would never have anything to do with a babymama because the idea is strange to him.
Speaking in a recent interview on the current babymama trend and if in time he would be joining the trend, the ‘Pick Up’ crooner claimed: “I love and want a woman who is hardworking, because I cannot stand laziness in women. She must be smart, pretty, and just be an Orente.”
“I don’t want it and I don’t like the idea.”
He agreed that though not everyone loves marriage, everyone wants a peaceful home.
“The idea of baby mamas depends on who are involved. I’m sure that those involved now were not disposed to the idea at some point. I don’t like it and I speak for myself only. Yes, not everyone wants to get married. Sometimes you think about marriage and what have been happening around couples and you get scared. I am like, ‘no, I don’t want this’ but I know I want marriage and want to be happy in it. My woman has to be an Orente, that is, a good woman. I want marriage but not a baby Mama.”
Adekunle Gold has been linked to a relationship with singer and music engineer, Simi though the duo has denied being intimate and most recently, he was rumored to be leaving the YBNL label in June after he releases his ‘Gold’ album.
He also revealed how his love for songs made him spend all his money on studio recordings on his way to success as a singer.
The singer said, “My mum was always asking me why I would always use the money that I should utilise on myself on recording songs. I am a lover of music and I grew up listening to a lot of sounds. While at the Lagos Polytechnic, I would always run to record songs. Even when I started working, I was like that too and my parents didn’t understand what I was doing. I continued this until I dropped ‘Shade’ which became a big break. They support my vocation and are my number one fans,”
The singer, who is also a guru on the Photoshop computer software, also talked about his religious beliefs, disclosing that he became a Christian after he following a lady to church in 2004.
“I followed a girl to church and found that I became a Christian instead. That was in 2004 and I have remained a Christian ever since. My father didn’t like the idea initially but later everyone accepted me for who I am. I am cool being a Christian,” he said.