A real relationship can’t work in a fake entertainment industry – MI Abaga

by Damilola Jagun

According to rap star, MI Abaga, a real relationship cannot thrive in a false entertainment world.

MI, who only recently released his third studio album, ‘The Chairman’, says for a romance-steeped relationship to survive in the entertainment industry, it has to be “completely private” and bereft of overt exposure.

The Chocolate City executive disclosed this in a recent interview with Pulse, where he harped on his love life.

He stated, “For any relationship to have any chance in entertainment, I think you need to keep it completely private if you can help it. If I am in a relationship I would want to keep it completely private just because it’s hard, it’s really hard.”

Furthermore, Mr Incredible quipped that a genuine relationship is not sustainable in the superficial world of ‘entertainment’.

“Entertainment is false, and relationships are real so how do you take a real thing and put in a false world and expect it to work” he added.

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