Industry News: What’s M.I Been Up To? Apparently Trying to Find a Wifey . . .

What’s the latest scoop on M.I? Apparently looking for a wifey, at least based on the release sent below.


“Remember M.Is many ‘lady loves’ at Star Music Trek 2013?

He ‘crowned’ Rita in Enugu HYPERLINK and Ebele HYPERLINK Owerri and scores of other ecstatic female fans everywhere as he performed on The Trek.

Well this year’ Africa’s most popular rapper says it’ll be different as he believes Nsukka will deliver his queen.

“I’m calling all the beautiful, hot ladies in Nsukka to come out and have fun, we’ll shutting this town down on March 29th and hopefully I’ll be able to crown my leading lady right here in this city, M.I confirmed.”

Other artistes performing on the Trek 2014 include 2face, Tiwa Savage, Davido, Wizkid, Wande Coal, Sound Sultan, Pasuma, Mr Raw, Dr Sid, Naeto C, KCee, Sean Tizzle, Timaya, Phyno and May D.”

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