Yemi Alade, the Nigerian singer, has shared her perspective on the pressure from family members regarding marriage.
In a recent interview with Cool FM, Alade averred that she is not under pressure to get married, adding that “when the time is right, it will happen”.
“People often get married, especially towards the end of every year. I am not feeling pressured. When the time is right, it will happen,” she said.
The 34-year-old songstress, however, added that the pressure to get married is particularly intense from family members.
“Family pressure is a challenging thing to resist because it is coming from the people you respect and look up to, insisting that you should get married,” she said.
“But I believe that if they genuinely have the best interests at heart, they would wait with you because it is more important to have the right partner than to just get married.
“But aside from that, I do not think anyone should be in so much rush to make the wrong decision of being with the wrong partner.”
Not much is known about Alade’s love life.
Last year, the singer joined the ‘carry me dey go my husband house’ challenge.
The musician earlier revealed what she would do if her partner lacked “bedroom” skills.
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