He started out as a music producer, but when it was time to kick off his career as a rapper, Abudulrasheed Bello chose to be called Johnny Just Come (JJC) because of the way he was bullied during his school days in the United Kingdom.
In a recent interview with HipTV, monitored by Nigeriafilms.com, the founder of the group, JJC and the 419 Squad, which then had D’banj and Don Jazzy as members, explained his affair with former lover came to an end about three years ago.
"Three years ago, I had wanted to walk down the aisle, but she didn't agree to come back to Nigeria with me. She wasn't ready to leave the UK. So we broke up. For now, I'm single and very ready to mingle.
“She (the lover) was my stylist and my makeup artiste. She was my all and she stood by me, but I lost her due to my decision (to return to Nigeria).
“Music is partly to blame for my not being married. I also got into the industry at a young age and ours is an industry where women form a large chunk of the fan base. I guess I made a few stupid choices because I was young. It also is difficult balancing music with a career like mine. But right now, though I am focused on my career, I am also looking for the right person,” JJC narrated.
He also described his kind of woman. The artiste said, "The funny thing is that the girl I will marry doesn’t have to be one that has a certain kind of look. I don’t have a model girl as such because I have tried beauty, it didn’t work. I have tried intelligent girls, it didn’t work also, I think what I need is a good friend. I need a girl who will be my friend and lover. But it’s hard to find a genuine friend and lover once you are a celebrity."
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