Zinoleesky Talks About His Breakup From Naira Marley’s Sister
He took the time to specify the kind of lady he seeks.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Singer Zinoleesky, a Marlian Records signee, has declared his breakup with his employer, Shubomi Marley, sister of Naira Marley.
In an interview with Seye Banks on Lagos’ Soundcity Radio 98.5FM, Zinoleesky made the admission and stated that he is now single.
Men are often worried about their sisters’ safety, so the host questioned him about how he was able to inform Naira of what was going on.
After breaking up with his sister, Zinoleesky said he didn’t need to go above and beyond to explain the circumstances to his supervisor.
Shubomi was not the singer’s cup of tea, and he said that knowing too many people turned him off. “First of all, I don’t like girls that know too many people. Once you know this person, know that person, I won’t feel safe around you,” he said.
In a conversation that began after Zinoleesky’s interview with City FM, he participated. He stated his dislike for online squabbles.
The artist continued by saying that he would never discuss his private issues on social media.
Zinoleesky said that if he had been in Mohbad’s shoes, he would not have shared anything on social media in this respect. In addition, he said Mohbad “is not his buddy.”
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