The private life of a celebrity is often highly scrutinized by the media and the public.
They tend to face constant attention and intrusion into their personal relationships and this has caused many to struggle to maintain a sense of privacy.
It is worth noting that maintaining a successful relationship can also be challenging for celebrities due to the demands of their careers and the pressure of constant public scrutiny. Some celebrities choose to keep their relationships private, while others may share details of their personal lives with their fans and followers on social media.
Ultimately, each celebrity’s experience with relationships and privacy can vary widely depending on their individual circumstances and personal choices.
Reality TV star, Leo Babarinde Akinola Da-Silva in an interview with The Punch monitored by Glamsquad shade light on his love life and how he manages to keep it off public attention.
Da-Silva is a former housemate of Africa’s biggest reality TV show, Big Brother Naija Season themed ‘Double Wahala’ spoke about his secret engagement.
“I am engaged. I did not make it public because I will announce it when I am married. I did not see the need to announce what had not been formalised in God’s presence yet.”
When asked on what he can do in a marriage but can’t do in a relationship
“That would be having kids. I think it is just my preference. Some people prefer to do it that way too. I just prefer to do it when I get married.”
When asked if he would miss anything as a single person, he said,
“I will not miss anything. As one gets older, one would understand how important it is for one to settle down. I would have settled down a lot earlier if my parents were not late. I just felt I needed to get things together, and I needed to make sure I was hundred per cent ready to delve into it.”
When asked about the lessons he has learnt from being in a relationship, he said,
“The most important lesson I have learnt is patience. One cannot be with someone and not be patient with that person. We both come from different backgrounds with different upbringings and ways of life. The way we process things are different. Our emotional capacity would also be different. One needs to understand the other person’s differences. With patience and God being with someone, everything will be fine.”
Reacting to the issue of some people not being comfortable with marrying celebrities, he said,
“Some people don’t want to share their partners with the world. Even if one is not sharing one’s partner physically and emotionally, the way the fans connect with one’s partner may not sit well with the other person. However, it is not a big deal.”
When asked why he concentrated on his business instead of joining the entertainment industry like some other ex-BBN housemates, he said,
“It is because my business pays me more. It is not like I have not got offers from the entertainment industry, especially for acting roles. I feel people that should act are people that are passionate about it. Some people use the buzz from the BBN house to join the industry but for one to last in it, it is a bit tough.”
Source: The Punch Newspaper
Born on the 10th of July 1992, Leo Da-Silva is a dynamic young entrepreneur who heads multiple companies. At just 17 years old, he founded SODZ Entertainment in England, which he later expanded to the United States.
In addition to his entrepreneurial achievements, Leo holds a double major degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom.
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