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Simi finally addresses Brymo, Samklef’s flirtatious comments about her

Singer Simi has finally responded to her colleague Brymo and producer-turned-blogger Samklef’s several flirtatious remarks about her.

Recall last year, Brymo ignited outrage when he said that he wanted to have a sexual encounter with Simi in exchange for a music collaboration.

He claimed she snubbed his request, thus he declined to collaborate with her.

Similarly, controversial producer Samklef recently admitted that he was in love with Simi while they were both struggling artists.

In a recent interview with Angela Yee on her show “Way Up”Simi said there was no sense in what Brymo and Samklef said about her, and that she doesn’t take them seriously.

The wife of singer Adekunle Gold said she could not imagine the reasons behind Samklef and Brymo’s talks about nurturing feelings for her but stated that she is  happy that her husband is always in her defence.

She described their actions as more comedy than anything else anyone could think.

When asked how she managed the jibes, Simi stated, “I don’t expect to be asked this. The thing is, II don’t know what these people [Brymo and Samklef] are going on about. The funny thing is that these are two different people and I don’t know why they keep talking about me like that. When you even look at what they’re saying, you can’t even pick out anything. I’m still confused.

“I just feel like it doesn’t matter to me. It doesn’t change anything. My husband is speaking out for me, he is fighting for his woman as he would. I don’t feel anything about this. It doesn’t impact me. I don’t have anything to hide. If you’re going to post that you asked me out and so what? Or that I had an ex [laughs]. The whole thing to me, is more comedy than anything else.

“The only thing I will say though is that I saw a lot of people coming to my defence that why would he be talking to me like that. So, I’m just like, you don’t respect me because I’m married, but respect me because I deserve to be. Don’t do that to me”.

By Ezinne Okorie.

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