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Marriage didn’t change me, motherhood did – Simi

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Jan 4, 2022 , ,

Simi, a well-known Nigerian singer and actress, has spoken out about how her life altered once she married.

Simisola Bolatito Kosoko’s legal name is Simisola Bolatito Kosoko, and she married the love of her life, Adekunle Gold, a Nigerian artist, in a private wedding ceremony on January 9, 2019.

She became a mother in 2020 after giving birth to her first child with her husband on May 30, 2020, when she gave birth to her daughter Adejare.

In a recent interview with Sunday Scoop, the award-winning Afrobeats artist claimed that motherhood, but not marriage, had a profound impact on her.

This came after she was questioned about how her life has altered since her marriage to Adekunle Gold in 2019.

In response to the question, the mother-of-one stated that nothing has really changed her, but she believes that motherhood has changed her more than marriage since in marriage, it’s just about the two of them, herself and her husband, who are the same.

“Nothing really. I feel motherhood has changed me more than marriage has because in marriage, it is still the two of us and it is pretty much the same. It is just a change of address.” she said.

Speaking about her 2021 experience, the singer stated that it was a tremendous year for afrobeats and that she is pleased she was a part of the boom, which has benefited the industry despite the fact that she did not release any songs until November.

“It was an interesting year and I did not put out any music until November. It was a great year for afrobeats and I am glad that I was a part of the explosion that has been happening in the industry.

She claimed that motherhood has taught her to prioritize and take it easy on herself because it is a lot of work, and that she has learnt to appreciate the moments she has, whether at work or with her child.

If she could alter one thing about herself, she would like to change it.

“I would be more proactive about the things I want outside of music and to actually push it consistently and be more patient. I want to be a more patient person in 2022.”

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