Popular Fuji Maestro, Pasuma has revealed why he shed tears on Thursday, April 8, during the Nikkah ceremony of his second daughter, Barakat, as he gave her hand out in marriage.
The quick intervention of friends who were with Pasuma on the dance floor could not stop him from shedding what he would later described as tears of joy when as he was serenaded by Wasiu Ayinde, otherwise known as K1.
While there had bad blood between K1 and Pasuma for some years, many people were surprised at Pasuma’s choice of K1 for his daughter’s wedding ceremony but information gathered by R suggested that the two Fuji musicians decided to put the past behind them as they now embrace each other and smile.
At the Nikkah that attracted big names from different walks of life, Pasuma, clad in white and red traditional attire held his daughter as they walked into the venue amid the noise of congratulations from the crowd. The Fuji star would later change into a brown agbada for the reception ceremony with K1 on the band stand.
Pasuma, who wept as he stepped into the venue to dance was quickly surrounded by his friends who tried to console him but the singer was moved by K1’s music as and could not control his tears.
Speaking with R about the joy of seeing his second daughter get married, Pasuma said he was over the moon to witness the big day despite the challenges he has faced in life, adding that “People see the glory today but they don’t know the struggle but I am grateful to God for this privilege and I wish my daughter and husband a beautiful union filled with love and blessings”, he said.
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