Ric Hassani has opened up on the struggles he has faced in the past in an attempt to find a partner.

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In a series of tweets on Wednesday, the Nigerian pop singer talked about marriage and the downside of relying solely on discretion in relationship decisions.

“I travel the world, make and have some really interesting amounts of money, come back to this big, incredibly arranged house, But I come back to no one. I love the peace because it’s priceless,” he wrote on Twitter.

“But deep down, I pray God sends me a solid, & worthful companion. Amen. I think, for a decision as serious as finding a life partner, it is not wisest for one to rely completely on their own discretion.

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“There has to be a degree of surrender to a higher power for that decision. Life partnership is a make or break, and I say it from firsthand experience.

“Finding someone these days is so scary for me, considering the intense craziness I’ve been through. I have put it in God’s hands completely at this point, My discretion has failed me in the past and almost cost me everything.”

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In the first half of 2021, Hassani released ‘The  Prince I Became’, a two-part sophomore album themed on love.

In a chat with TheCable Lifestyle, the pop star spoke of songwriting and some tracks he considers personal to him.

“All the songs are [personal to me]. But the most is ‘Back and Forth’, where I talked about a unique situation I was in with somebody. The same thing goes with ‘Thunder Fire You’,” the singer had said.

“I wrote it and a lot of people didn’t understand. People were messaging when the song dropped and asking me ‘are you okay? Who broke your heart?’

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“I wrote that song two years ago at a time when I was very angry — angry that such nonsense would happen to me. I was pissed and wrote it to just release myself.”



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