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I Can’t Date A Man Who Goes Clubbing – Grammy Winner, Tyla

Grammy-winning singer Tyla from South Africa recently said she couldn’t be in a relationship with a man who goes out to clubs.

The singer said that she would rather be with a man who enjoys playing video games than one who frequents bars in an interview with Miami’s Power 96.5 FM.

I Can’t Date A Man Who Goes Clubbing – Grammy Winner, Tyla

Tyla claims to be single in order to give her whole attention to her music business when people inquire about her romantic life.

The interviewer asked this question.

“Which would you prefer: a boyfriend who frequents clubs or one who plays video games a lot?”

Tyla answered.

“Video games all day. A club guy? No! What the hell?

“I would rather have a boyfriend who plays video games than a boyfriend who is at the club every weekend. At least, I know the guy who plays video games will always be home with me. I also love being at home.”

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I Can’t Date A Man Who Goes Clubbing – Grammy Winner, Tyla

Regarding why she is single, she stated:

“Yes, I am single. I’m not playing with all of that right now. I am focusing on the prize.”

The Grammy Awards organizers reportedly sparked a lot of internet debate when they awarded South African artist Tyla for her song ‘Water.’

However, uproar erupted when the late Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer Fela Anikulapo-Kuti’s song “Water No Get Enemy” was played at the announcement.

The first-ever Best African Music Performance award went to Tyla’s “Water,” which beat out popular Nigerian songs including Davido’s “Unavailable,” Asake’s “Amapiano,” Burna Boy’s “City Boys,” and Ayra Starr’s “Rush.”

But instead of Tyla’s sensual midtempo ballad, Fela’s timeless masterpiece reverberated throughout the arena, turning the joyful moment into confusion and sadness.

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Many attacked the organizers for what they saw as a “silly mistake” that obscured the award’s significance and disrespected the memory of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, a towering figure in African music history.

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