I don’t care about my dressing, my music is more important – Simi

Popular Nigerian soul singer Simisola Ogunleye, known as Simi, has come out to say her music i more important than any other thing in her life, even her dressing.

Simi has always come under fire by her fans who always complain that she doesn’t have a sense of dressing. in her reaction to that she says:

“I believe that everybody is entitled to their opinions. Some people may say that they don’t like my dress, shoes or any other thing. I don’t find that surprising or strange because there are also a lot of dresses and shoes that I don’t like. I like to be comfortable in whatever I wear and that is what dictates my outfits.

She went further to say:
“A lot of people have expressed their views about my dress sense on social media. Sometimes, I ‘humour’ them. You can express yourself on my page but don’t be rude or insulting. Some of the people, who make those comments, are just full of hate and they just go all around the Internet, looking for where to spread their hate. I am comfortable in my own skin and I just want to keep making good music and connect with my true fans.”

She also talked about her experience of being the chief bridesmaid at her mother’s second wedding some weeks ago, she said

“It was a wonderful experience. Seeing my mother so happy was something I definitely enjoyed. I wish her and her husband best of luck in their marital journey.”

Simi who released her second album just last year spoke on how successful the album is and how she was able to get great positive reviews on the album.

“My last album, generated a lot of amazing responses and it really humbled me. It truly pays for one to be consistent and stay true to your roots. The album contains songs for everybody and different moods and I’m happy that people are still discovering messages from the album.”

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