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J’Something shows love to his beautiful wife Coco – Pictures

Not only does J’Something have a voice of gold, he has a heart of one too! The lead singer of MiCasa has to be one of the nicest, kindest and most humble Zalebs in Mzansi. He is also a loving and adoring husband to his wife Cordelia ‘Coco’ Godi.
We’ve seen time and time again J’Something take to social media to publicly praise his better half and post the sweetest of captions about her. The saying is true – Happy wife, happy life!


J’Something is so boo’d up, he can’t even find the words to express himself! Flip dude. I love you. Like a lot ok”, he captioned the loved-up post. J knows how to spice things up in the bedroom, I mean kitchen, with his sweetheart. J scooped husband of the year with this caption. I mean, did anybody even stand a chance next to him.


The singer said in part; It’s an honor being your man, it’s a gift being loved by you … I hope that everyday I can show you a mere glimpse of God’s character, a mere portion of His immense love for you. Every lady needs a partner who will tell them they look beautiful, even when they have no make-up or they’re having a bad-hair day!


He wrote; “Even when the picture was not meant to be taken you still look breathtaking … I love you dude … forever.” J has love for more than one woman in his life, he also adores his sister-in-law too!


This just shows the immense amount of respect he has for his spouse, that he shares her love for others too. Two extremely important human beings in my life. One being my wife. The other being my little sister. Love you both!

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