Why I won’t have elaborate wedding – Broda Shaggi

Popular content creator and actor, Broda Shaggi, has revealed that he won’t have an elaborate wedding when he’s finally ready to settle down.

The skitmaker whose real name is Samuel Animashaun Perry, explained in a recent interview with actress Iyabo Ojo, that he is not a fan of big weddings.

Why I won't have elaborate wedding - Broda Shaggi

Broda Shaggi, who said he loves keeping his life private, stressed that he won’t rush into marriage even when he finds a wife material.

He said; “I am not a fan of big weddings. Even if I’m going to get married, I’m not a fan of big weddings. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, I keep personal life out of social media space.

Because my personal life is very important to me and I just want to protect it. But I believe in love. I believe in one-man-one-woman type of love. I believe in family. I believe in raising my own kids.

I’m going to have my own family by God’s grace but not very soon. There’s nothing like getting old. I do tell people, you don’t need to rush into marriage.”

In another news…

A Nigerian businessman and realtor opined that single men in the country who are thinking of settling down can do so if they earn up to N50k monthly in the current economy.

He advised bachelors to not wait until they make money before they find a woman and start a family as not everyone will end up being rich.

According to him, Nigerian guys think they don’t earn enough to get married but when they eventually start earning more, they still choose not to marry.

Speaking in a viral clip on TikTok, he expressed the belief that most men spend lavishly, however, getting married to a good woman would help curtail that.

He said; “If you can comfortably earn up to N50,000 in a month, you are ripe and fit enough to get married because no matter how much you have, even though you earn up to one million naira if you don’t know how to manage your expenses it will never be enough… And as a man the earlier you get married, the better for you.”