Tuface is on the cover of OK! Nigeria Magazine’s may edition. In this new edition, he spoke about music, marriage and having a new baby in the house and also corrected the believe that all entertainers love light skinned women. Read part of the interview after the cut.
On married life and having a baby in the house again: “So far so good. We are still babies in the marriage institution so we are taking it easy. We are learning something new every day within our marriage. Having a baby in the house has definitely changed some things. I can’t do some things I used to do like go out and not come back home the same night. Prior to having a baby in the house, I could just go to a friend’s house and stay the night. But now I have to take permission (laughs). It has definitely grounded me. It is a good change though and I don’t miss the old days at all.”
On if marriage has changed anything about he and Annie’s relationship: “Definitely! We understand and tolerate each other more.”
On what makes Annie and their union so special: “Wow. I guess because she’s good peoples. That is the only one sentence I can use to describe her. I hate the way she knows me so well.”
Why he didn’t go the Fela route and have 18 wives: “(Laughs) One woman alone is a lot of trouble. Having 18 is a suicide mission. But I will consider it. I will talk to Annie and ask her if she can compromise (laughs).”
About DJ Xclusive saying Nigerian men prefer light skinned ladies: “I think that is his own preference. He can’t just generalise like that. In Nigeria, there are men that like big women and some that like skinny women. Same way I know so many guys that only go for dark skinned women, and being light skinned is a turn off for them, I also know some men that prefer light skinned women. Most of the women that I have dated are dark skinned so I guess you can say that is my own preference, which is good as my wife is actually dark skinned too, so no worries there.