Iyanya and Yvonne Nelson break up. Popular Nigerian singer, Iyanya Mbuk has explained why he broke up with Ghanaian screen goddess, Yvonne Nelson.
The ‘Kukere’ crooner and leggy Ghanaian actress dated for sometime before their relationship hit the rock.
In 2015 when the news of their break up flooded the social media, Iyanya, who had a stint romance with the model said both of them were too ‘famous’ to date.
Although, he noted that they still maintained a cool relationship.
Iyanya and Yvonne Nelson break up – Iyanya finally opens up on truth
Well, in a latest interview, Iyanya, when asked if the nature of his tight schedule caused the split between him and Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson, he said, “That was the main reason actually, although the media will always be the media.
“But we broke up because we hardly had time for each other.
“So, it’s like every time she flies from Ghana to Nigeria during that time I drop Kukere I was hustling and I would do four shows in a day and I will make 2million because I was hustling boy and any call at any time I was going for it.
“So, I won’t say because I was in love with a woman I’m going to see money and I’m going to lay back.
“When you have a girlfriend and she’s watching your Snapchat seeing girls back stage hugging you she will be like hell no! I can’t do this shit.
“And then you finally found a nice girl that’s ready to cope with all that and her parents are like Musician keh? So I just have to do my music and make money.”
Speaking further, he said “I am not in a relationship and I will tell you why. It’s not that I don’t want a woman in my life but the thing I that being Iyanya alone is so much work.
“So much pressure and so much sleepless night. Oh yea lets chill, oh no I gotta go now, I’m flying over this Friday to spend the weekend with you and I be like okay, come over and when she touched down, I have to go somewhere this night.
“So all that stuffs is really making it hard for me to have a relationship because not everybody is able to accept the fact that I’m going to be in love with somebody who is not going to be around always.”