Kizz Daniel melts hearts with show of love to wife

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Popular singer, Oluwatobiloba Anidugbe, aka Kizz Daniel, undoubtedly has a lot of female admirers. By virtue of his good looks, talent, fame and wealth, it is not surprising that many women fall over themselves to get his attention.

However, the hearts of many of those female fans were shattered when the singer revealed some years ago that he had birthed triplets, though one of them later died. But, some of the female fans and admirers were still hopeful, because the singer did not indicate that he was married.

But, even for those ones, their hopes were dashed when the singer recently revealed that he had been married for a while.

In the course of promoting his new Extended Play album titled, ‘Thankz Alot’, the singer posted a video of him and his wife dancing to some of the songs on the album.

It is believed that ‘Showa’, one of the songs on the album, is dedicated to her.

While engaging with some of his social media followers, the singer highlighted some of his wife’s strong points. He implied that she tolerates his bad habits, sometimes wakes up at odd hours such as 4am to prepare breakfast for him, and other traits.

The singer also posted a video of her getting her first endorsement deal with Mikano Motors. He added the caption, “Congrats, wifey @mrsanidugbe on bagging your first endorsement deal @mikanomotors, seven days on scene. Proud of you. cc @uthy_omg @sucrehouseofent take care of her.”

In a statement sent to Saturday Beats, the ‘Buga’ singer stated that the album was his way of expressing gratitude to his fans for their support over the years. He said, “I am incredibly grateful for the love and support I have received from my fans throughout my career. This album is my way of expressing my appreciation and giving back to them for their unwavering support.”

The songs on the album are ‘Twe Twe’, ‘Too Busy to be Bae’, ‘Showa’, and ‘Sooner’.

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