Juju Music Star, Dele Taiwo’s Wife, Shola Vibrator, Debunks Marriage Crash Tale

Juju Music Star, Dele Taiwo's Wife, Shola Vibrator, Debunks Marriage Crash Tale

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Female Juju musician, Shola Vibrator, has revealed the reason her over eight years old marriage to juju music star singer, Gentleman Dele Taiwo, became an item in the public sphere lately. Shola, in a brief chat with TEE ABIOLA, shed light on the rumoured crisis in her home, th

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e alluded role of and her rapport with the senior wife, her career and more.

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Has your marriage with Dele Taiwo actually packed up?

That is not true. I was shocked when I read it in the social media. My marriage is intact, I don’t know where people got their information from and I never told anybody anything about my marriage.

The news in town has it that your husband abandoned you and your children when the other wife returned to Nigeria, is that correct?

That’s not correct. About the other wife you mentioned, I have been in my lane and I have been living my life with God and my kids. I don’t get disturbed by what anybody does but if she (the other wife) thinks she can get away with things she has been doing, she should always remember there’s God.

Do you suspect she is behind the marriage crash story?

I don’t trust anybody. I never gave anybody any information about anything, I never told anybody about my home. I don’t talk about my home. So, if the information came from her, fine; let her continue. I don’t have any business or quarrel with anybody and I never granted any interview about my marriage before now. Only God knows where this was coming from. People should just stop poking noses into my affair. If she is behind the rumour, she’s going to get her reward.

 

What’s kind of relationship do you share with the other wife?

He had married her before he met me. But I have no issue with anyone.

Being married to a man with another wife, has it affected your music career in any way?

It’s actually one of the things that affected me. It’s not easy especially for my career. A polygamist should be able to handle his home well. Nonetheless, I have been enjoying God’s faithfulness. Our husband is trying his best to keep the peace.

Have you been singing before you met your husband or he encouraged you to start music?

I’ve been into music before I met him and he always encouraged me. He and Uncle Lai Addis taught me certain secrets about music, though I had been composing and writing my songs.

What actually inspired you into music?

Music came to me naturally. I was inspired by God. Music runs in my family and it’s what I love doing. When I was young, my father always forced me to rehearse songs. I was made to join the church choir at the age of seven. Before I gained admission into the university, I’d worked at Klint Studio at Adeniran Ogunsanya, Surulere, Lagos, my father always took me there for rehearsals.

Some of my family members are also into entertainment professionally. For instance, my younger brother, DJ Magnum, also sings and dances and he is also an instrumentalist. Also, Lanre whom you all know as Vector tha Viper and Yomi who is managing Vector.

Have you ever done any collaboration with your siblings and do you have anything coming up?

We are cooking something already. We actually did a song for Oba Akiolu of Lagos, coming soon. We did perform together on the stage about three years ago at Eko Atlantic.

What has been your major challenge as a singer?

Sincerely speaking, that has been marketing the album. You know, when you have a good marketer, the work load on you will be easier, you will be happy to jump in the studio to record more songs. So, marketing has been the major challenge.