K1 De Ultimate the Fuji music maestro has taken a new wife, ENigeria Newspaper reports.
According to sources, Fuji music re-creator K1 De Ultimate, who has a slew of successful hits to his name, married his lover, Emmanuella, adding to his long list of women in several countries.
The fair skinned lady is an event planner who is based abroad.
According to ENigeria Newspaper sources, K1 De Ultimate and Emmanuella recently held a low-key Nikkai ceremony with only a few relatives and friends in attendance.
K1 De Ultimate is entitled to have up to four spouses according to his religious beliefs, but there are signs that the late Sikiru Ayinde Barrister’s protégé has a large number of women in his life, many of whom are also his wives.
The 64 year-old who is rumoured to have fathered bout 38 children from different women had his last daughter with Titi Marsha at the age of 60.
K1 De Ultimate, also known as the King of Fuji Music: Olasunkanmi Ayinde Marshal became interested in music when he was eight years old.
His parents were originally opposed, but he persisted, and by the age of 15, he had won a number of local musical competitions.
From 1975 to 1978, he was a member of Ayinde Barrister’s band, the Supreme Fuji Commanders, after previously working as an instrument packer for him.
After asking permission and blessing from his master, Ayinde Barrister, he also accepted the name Ayinde into his name.
In 1980, he launched his first album, Iba, which included the remarkable track “Abode Mecca,” and in 1984, he released his most successful album, Talazo ’84.
He has numerous titles and music prizes to his credit.
We don’t know much about K1’s new wife right now, but we’ll have more information in the near future.