Popular Afropop star, D’banj has quashed rumours of his alleged marriage to 24-year-old Didi Kilglow.
Last weekend, stories of the alleged secret registry marriage between the Kokomaster, Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, and South African Didi Kilglow.
The Kokomaster, speaking through his manager, Frank, in a telephone chat on Monday, said there was no marriage neither was there a secret wedding.
D’banj’s manager in an official statement said:
“D’Banj didn’t do any secret wedding.
“He had a private event meant for only a few family and friends and how that turned to a marriage ceremony is what I don’t know.
“Some people obviously didn’t understand simple English and we would not dignify them with a response on such false tale.”
The alleged secret marriage had about 25 guests in attendance, including D’Banj’s father, Col. Oyebanjo Rtd., his mother Mrs. Oyebanjo and his siblings.
In the past, D’Banj has been romantically linked to a number of pretty female celebrities including Bonang Matheba, Genevieve Nnaji, Adama Indimi and Jennifer Obayuwana.
D’banj Marriage Rumours False – Manager
The statement that allegedly gave rise to the marriage rumour was made by D’banj in an interview in April 2015.
D’banj had said:
“… I would tell you the truth, I am not married but if I am, nobody would hear about it. It is going to be a very quiet wedding because I am tired of people asking me that question.
“It is my personal life and it is not going to change my music or brand. I am not going to get married just because people want me to, neither would I do it just to enter another phase of my life just like some of my colleagues have done.
“They make it seem as if once you are married you have retired. But that should not be the case.
“Marriage would not change anything about me and whenever it happens, nobody would hear about it, there would only be speculations.
“My wife would not be seeking for fame because the one I have is already enough for all my family members. When I get married, it would be a very quiet one. Who knows, it might have already happened.