He noted that his status as a married man ‘when it happens’, would not make him put an end to his music career.
In a chat with the Punch, he said, “I would tell you the truth, I am not married but if I am, nobody would hear about it. Besides, who says I am not married?
“It is going to be a very quiet wedding because I am tired of people asking me that question. It is my personal life and it is not going to change my music or brand.
“I am not going to get married just because people want me to, neither would I do it just to enter another phase of my life just like some of my colleagues have done. They make it seem as if once you are married you have retired. But that should not be the case.
“Marriage would not change anything about me and whenever it happens, nobody would hear about it, there would only be speculations. My wife would not be seeking for fame because the one I have is already enough for all my family members.
“When I get married, it would be a very quiet one. Who knows, it might have already happened,” the Koko master added.
It would be recalled that the ‘Emergency’ crooner few days ago, said he was under pressure to get married.
The 36-year-old singer-songwriter told South African radio host, that his mother only cared about his getting married and not exactly his success.
He said, “My mother is putting so much pressure on me to get married.
“She’s told me, listen! ‘I don’t care about your success. Maybe it’s this success that’s making you not get married.”