Nigerian singer Joeboy, has recently made a shocking revelation about his relationship with his current girlfriend.
Joeboy revealed this in an exclusive interview with a popular media house in Nigeria.
Joeboy disclosed that he has spent over 50 million Naira on his girlfriend, when asked to give a rough estimate of amount he has spent on her within the period their relationship.
In an attempt to answer more questions in the interview, the singer mentioned how he finds pleasure in living a romantic style and has penchant for spoiling his partner so he does not hesitate to indulge her.
The singer whose private life is never on social media further noted that he has been in a relationship for the last two years. And he has no intention of revealing his partners face or identity soon.
fans react as Joeboy poses with a new born baby
Songwriter Joeboy had allegedly welcomed a new baby.
The musician, who is signed to popular Mr. Eazi’s label, EmPawa Africa, uploaded a picture on his Instagram page with an heart emoji, that has caused a stir on social media.
As of the time this post was written it is unclear whether Joeboy wanted promote a new video or to introduce his newborn to the world. The singer’s plan proved successful, as it sparked curiosity among many, asking questions.
I owed school fees, trekked long distances- Joeboy
Jaratunes recalls his struggles before stardom. The ‘Sip Alcohol’ singer made this known in a chat with media personality, Chude Jideonwo.
The talented artiste also said that he worked under the sun to promote a product in Ogun state.
“Sometimes I felt everything should just end because it was difficult,” he said.
“I remember after secondary school, I didn’t have money,was looking for a job. I remember going for a full month looking for a job.
“Would prepare my CV. There was a time I trekked from Ilaje to Sabo in search of a job with my friend. We submitted our CVs but didn’t get the jobs eventually.
“I eventually got a job to promote products for a company under the sun. They took us to redeem camp in Ogun state, it was difficult. We were paid N5000 a week.