The Tinambayi singer confessed she used to have a man in her until recently.
“I used to have a man in my life. But now I’m single. I’m not the lovie dovie type. I feel more like a tom boy and a bit too direct. If I don’t like something, I don’t run around it, I just tell you exactly what I’m thinking. I don’t pretend and I’m not girlie.”
Touching on her ideal man as father of her children, the award winning vocalist who has been nominated in about 5 categories in 2015’s All Africa Music Awards said;
“I want a man who is very understanding. I don’t really go for looks. I don’t really mind if the person is handsome or whatever. A strong man. I don’t really care about the six pack, you can be the fattest or whatever but if we click that’s the most important thing. What matters at the end of day is that we are happy. Whether you are slim, fat, and short or tall, I just want to be happy.”
She also revealed she wants to have just one child.
“I just want to have one child. It’s a personal choice and I grew up in a big family. We are six girls, my father married three women and I grew up in an extended family where one woman gives birth to plenty children and begin to struggle to take care of them all. One child will be fine for me and I will like a girl.”