Jidenna Says He’d Be Open To His Wife Being w/ Other Men: I’m Not Trippin’ Off That, That Doesn’t Kill Me
While Jidenna, born Jidenna Mobisson, claimed he was looking for his wife last year, he’s now singing a different tune.
While speaking with radio personality Angela Yee and the ladies of the Lip Service podcast, the “Classic Man” singer confessed he’s not sure if marriage is right for him.
“I’ve never cheated in my life and I don’t think that I would, but when I think about marriage, long term, and till death do us part…that just sounds right for failure. You grow, you evolve. The same person that you married, the same person that you met when you dated when you fell in love is not the person that you’re going to be with over the years. People change month to month. People change year to year for sure. And as people evolve you can’t expect them to be locked into some agreement.
When asked if he’d be okay with his potential significant other having an OnlyFans account Jidenna said that he’s not looking for his future bae to necessarily be a traditional person.
“If she’s an amazing woman and I’m feeling it, like whatever. I’m open to certain things. It doesn’t matter. I don’t need you to be a standard orthodox person.”
“I could see me down the line being with a woman, even if it’s my wife, and striking an agreement where she can be with other men as well. I’m not tripping off that. That doesn’t kill me. What I care about is that we hold each other down. We support each other [and] we’re there when needed. We know that none of these other relationships are as strong as ours.
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We discuss Jidenna’s #fengshui song that was on the latest episode of @insecurehbo and the unorthodox relationship he plans to have. “I could see me down the line being with a woman, even if it’s my wife, and striking an agreement where she could be with other men as well. I’m not tripping off that. That sh-t doesn’t kill me. What I care about is that we hold each other down, we support each other, we’re there when we need, we know that none of these other relationships are as strong as ours.” Who else is down for this type of agreement?
What are your thoughts on Jidenna’s outlook on marriage? Let us know in the comments.