AML artists, social media is generally a good medium to communicate to fans. It is, however, not the place to ALWAYS communicate all of your feelings, life drama etc. M.I is quite adept at using twitter. He interacts often with fans, the media and is never afraid to dispel rumors, usually with a little humor of his own. Twitter works for M.I but it is not necessarily the right platform for every artist.
TIP: Be sure there is a fit with the social media you use for your crisis management. Also be sure you think before you write and if you have a Publicist, consult with your publicist before you even write. If there is a legal case pending, stay off that subject on twitter or anywhere because what you say can be potential evidence in a courtroom.
Back to M.I Abaga. He dispels rumors of marriage to a supermodel and says he would not marry a short supermodel (is there anything like a short supermodel?). He jokes he needs a tall supermodel to cure his alleged “curse” so his kids do not suffer the M.I short “defect.” Funny man he is.
While I do not date short men, I will make an exception to the rule with M.I. The picture above, taken at the 2010 BET Awards pre-party festivities, best illustrates how well we look together. I would need a prenuptial agreement like Beyonce and Jay-Z to solidify our union. Any family law attorneys in Nigeria that are AML readers? If our child is M.I’s height, I get all of his wealth from now till infinity. If our child is 6ftin, I get all of his wealth and if the child is above 6ftin, I still get all of his wealth. Lol!
On a more serious note, many of our artists seem to be getting hitched these days: Naeto C, Ikechukwu, Flavour etc. Others like Obiwon Obiora just tied the knot and the list goes on. I am happy for you all. Happy married life. M.I when you are ready, let me know. Lol!
Have a great day you guys.
Photo via Linda Ikeji blogspot
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