Why I Won’t Discuss My Marriage On Social Media – Harrysong

Why I Won’t Discuss My Marriage On Social Media – Harrysong
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Popular singer, Harrison Okiri, popularly known as Harrysong, has explained why he wouldn’t be discussing anything about his marriage on social media.

The serial hitmaker signed the dotted lines with his soul mate in Warri, Delta State over the weekend

In an interview on Monday, Harrysong stated that he purposely opted for a wedding in Warri because he did not want too much media frenzy.

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He said, ‘Being married is good. I feel complete. Now, I have a companion. I have someone that sincerely has my back and I am building my life with.  A lot of people were hoping or thinking that I would have a big Lagos wedding but I did not want too much media frenzy around us. Marriage is something very personal and serious to me, so I wanted it to be as private as possible. If I wanted to do a society wedding for status sakes, it would have held in Lagos and it would have been a funfair. But I chose to go to my home town in Warri to do it right and well.

‘I don’t want to talk about my marriage too much because people become inquisitive and I don’t want to put our homes in the public sphere. That brings problems. I love to keep my home private. Once you bring your marriage on social media, it could breed unexpected things.’

Advising eligible bachelors, the new groom said, ‘My first advice to any eligible bachelor is― get off social media when you want to be serious in the search for a life partner. Social media has destroyed homes and made it seem like there are no good people except homosexuals, home wreckers or people with questionable characters. Just be real and true with yourself, there are good men and women; not everyone is bad. Social media has cast a lot of people in a bad light.’

 

AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK

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