Vusi Nova believes his love-life’s a mess because music’s his 1st love

Vusi Nova believes his love-life’s a mess because music’s his 1st love

- Vusi will be spending Valentine's Day as a single man doing what he loves, performing

- Admitting that he actively dates but nothing works out, Vusi thinks he may be the problem

- Until he finds someone who is okay with coming second to music, Vusi will be a single man

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Vusi Nova doesn’t need a date for Valentine's, he’s got music! While most people will be sitting with fake partners and broken relationships, Vusi will be content knowing that music will never leave him.

February gets a lot of peeps feeling some type of way, especially when they are single, but not Vusi.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Vusi will be spending Valentine's Day with his true love - music - as he performs at the Evening Of Love event.

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Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Vusi explained that his relationship track record isn’t the best and he just doesn’t know why. The boy dates but he can’t seem to get someone to stick around.

Vusi took full responsibility for his bleak love-life, openly admitting that it’s highly possible that he could be the problem. His explanation was that he pays too much attention to his music and it would take a really understanding person to be okay with come second to his first love.

Standing beside his besties Somizi and Mohale as they tied the knot gave Vusi the feels. Seeing true love like that made him believe in love all over again.

“I witnessed such a beautiful union. It was a fairytale. Funny enough Somizi has a group he calls the 'Brotherhood Cartel', and now all of them are married except me. I am the only one not married. Maybe I'll find someone there at the evening of love.”

Playing the Evening Of Love event has become Vusi’s staple Valentine's Day plan and he intends to keep it that way for a while longer. Being surrounded by people who love him for the music he plays is all Vusi could want.

Shame, hopefully Vusi will find a lady soon who’s happy to spend Valentine's watching him perform.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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