Popular Kannywood actress, Fati Usman, better known as Fati Slow (or Fati Slow-Motion), has said that she is tired of being asked when she will settle down.
In a recent interview with BBC Hausa, Fati noted that while she feels death and marriage are all about one’s destiny, she still believes God has not forgotten her.
“The question which I’m most tired of, and which people often use against me, is when I’m getting married. And I’ve always thought that death and marriage are all about one’s destiny. I believe that God hasn’t forgotten about me. If God wills that I’ll get married, I will. And if He wills that I’ll return to him unmarried, nobody can marry me off. That’s how God works.” she said.
Speaking on claims of calling Sarkin Waka an adulterer on a video call (in reaction to the singer’s claim of filmmakers demanding sex from female actresses before allocating roles for them), she said she regretted the allegations and sought for forgiveness.
“I said two unfair things about him (Naziru) that later disturbed me so much that I couldn’t sleep that night”. She said.
Recall that Fati was recently at the center of a sexual immorality controversy involving popular Hausa singer, Naziru Sarkin Waka.