1 April 2014

Africa: Lupita to Get Hitched to K'naan?

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Lupita Nyong'o and K'naan.

Forget Hollywood flirt Jared Leto, now, Lupita has not only been linked to Somali rapper K'naan, but American press is reporting of an "impeding wedding". According to AllHipHop.com, there are new rumours that suggest that the pair are close to getting married after a mere six months.

However, there is a catch! Lupita is now a product of Hollywood and her career is coming into play. They are saying that she is very in love with her rapper man but her career is taking the lead in her love life.

Star Magazine is adding that "after winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for 12 Years a Slave, Lupita may add one more monumental man to her life: a husband. The actress, 31, and her boyfriend of six months, Somali-born rapper K’naan,36, want to get hitched."

Insiders say that Lupita’s team is sorely against the idea – and the Kenyan actress is tempted to elope. “She’s crazy for him,” says a source, “but she knows how much is at stake. Her Hollywood dream is in sight, and she’s on the cusp of a great career. Then again, it could be a dry news day in Hollywood..."

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