Johnny Drille reveals he’s made to sign agreements not to snatch client’s bride at wedding

Nigerian R&B singer, Johnny Drille has revealed what he and some colleagues are usually subjected to whenever they are hired to perform at wedding ceremonies.

The Mavin Records artiste said he often signs an agreement with a groom not to misbehave or woo their wives with melodies on the D-Day.

The ‘How Are You’ crooner made this known while responding to a fan who opined that it is risky to invite either Johnny or Chike to perform at wedding.

A lady known as @ucheomar said the reason it is not advisable is because of the possibility of women eloping with the singers.

”Inviting Johnny Drille or Chike to perform at your wedding is so risky. What if the bride elopes with them?” she wrote.

Drille, in a reply via Twitter, said whenever they are hired to perform at a wedding, the client who is often the groom makes them sign agreement to be of good behaviour.

He tweeted; ”We usually sign agreements with the client (usually the groom) to be well behaved.”

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In other news, CorrectNG reported earlier that popular Nollywood actress, Bimbo Ademoye is in a relationship with video jockey and musician, VJ Adams.

This was reported by popular Instagram blogger, Gistlovers, who revealed that they have already started making post engagement arrangements towards legalising their union.

According to the blog, Ademoye and Adams, born Adams Ibrahim Adebola, have visited each other’s parents to carry out introductory rites and they are expected to tie the knot soon.

The post reads; ‘‘Hello tueh tueh , Everybody come out oooo, Rolake finally find love again oooo, she is off the market💃💃💃years after her break up with iyanya, wey she Tattooed iyanya on her body and iyanya messed up, she moved on and find love for another courier boss in Lekki but that still didn’t work out , as it is now, Vj Adams lon shey aye ibe for now(it’s vjadams that’s occupying the space for now) and they are so serious about it.

Them don even do small something with their families codedly, congratulations are in order, hopefully wedding bell go ring soon, gbagam gbagam, Igi Ewedu oni wo pawa ooooo, I come in peace.”

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