Nigerian artiste Harrysong, whose real name is Harrison Tare Okiri, has recently made headlines for reportedly marrying 30 women in a single day.
This extraordinary event has not only brought him into the spotlight but has also allowed him to surpass the legendary Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s record of 27 wives in a day, setting a new milestone in the music industry.
Social media is abuzz with a video showing Harrysong surrounded by a group of women dressed in matching traditional attire, clearly indicating his newly-wed brides. This viral video has sparked widespread speculation and discussions about the singer’s motivations for this unconventional move.
Fans and the public are eager to understand the implications of Harrysong’s decision, both for his personal life and his career.
This bold move by the Afrobeat singer has raised questions about societal norms and expectations, leading to discussions on the changing dynamics of relationships and marriage in modern times.
While some applaud his audacity, others are curious about the practical aspects of managing such a unique marital arrangement.
As the news continues to circulate, inevitable comparisons between Harrysong and Fela Kuti arise. Fela, an Afrobeat legend, previously held the record with 27 wives, making Harrysong’s 30 marriages an even more remarkable milestone.
Harrysong, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and instrumentalist who rose to fame after his tribute song to Nelson Mandela won the “Most Downloaded Callertune Award” at The Headies 2013.
Harrysong was born in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria to Ijaw parents but moved to Lagos in 2007 after spending some of his early life in Port Harcourt.
Prior to signing with QuestionMark Entertainment, Harrysong used to perform at nightclubs until he met Kcee who introduced him to top music personalities. In 2014, Harrysong was nominated in the “Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year” category at the 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards after the release of his chart-topping song “Beta Pikin”.