Nigerian Singer Terry G Reveals Why Marriage Isn’t For Him & Some Of His Colleagues

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Nigerian singer and rapper, Gabriel Othe Amanyi, better known by his stage name, Terry G, has declared that marriage isn’t for him.

The singer, in an interview with media personality Nedu on his podcast, The Honest Bunch, revealed why he believes marriage isn’t for him. He stated that it would restrict him from having female friends.

According to him, females are the bees and juice of music, so when a musical artist removes them, such a musician becomes bored or enjoys a boring life.

To further portray his point, he noted how in Nigeria, when one gets married, people say he is out of the market, thereby making him a second bag. He reemphasized that a married  man is out of the box in Nigeria.

“Marriage isn’t for people like us. It would restrict me from my female fans. Females are the Bees of the music, they are the juice so if you remove them, you’re bored and are living a boring life.

Let me tell you as a man of God, if you’re married, you’re out of the box. In Nigeria, if you’re married, they say you are out of the commot for market. Automatically, you’re second hand”.


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Elsewhere in the interview, Terry G admitted to being involved in extramarital affairs.

He confessed that despite having a babymama, whom he loves and respects like his wife, he still cheats. He went on to generalize it, stating that every man cheats.

In a previous interview, Terry G spilled some surprising details about the type of songs he sings and the significance they hold.

He boldly expressed that he was a secular musician and that when he sings, he sings for the devil. He also gave reasons why he said what he said.

He stated that when most Afrobeat artists sing secular songs, as long as it is not glorifying God, then that means it is glorifying the devil.

Early this year, Terry G called out his colleagues for shunning him.

He expressed sadness over how all his efforts to reach out to some of his colleagues during his tough times had proved abortive, as no one responded to him.

He questioned if it was fair the way they were treating him, as he told them to remember when they once came to help, and he answered them.

Terry G further questioned if it was when he was dead before they would organize remembrance for him.

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