Here Are The Lesser Known Wives Of Your Favourite Rappers!

We have heard them. We love them. But whom do they love?

Here, we present to you the lesser known better halves of your favourite rappers. From Yo Yo Honey Singh, to Baadshah, everyone has that someone special in their lives. Some of them are married, some aren’t. But their love stories are cute, nonetheless.

#1 Shalini Singh, wife of Yo Yo Honey Singh

The bad boy of Indian music, Yo Yo Honey Singh, got married to Shalini Singh in 2011. They were school sweethearts, when they were both studying in Guru Nanak school in New Delhi. Contrary to his image, Shalini is the only woman YoYo Honey Singh has ever been involved with. In an interview, Honey Singh said that he listens to his wife on every issue. Awww, isn’t that cute?

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#2 Jasmine, wife of Badshah

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London born Jasmine and Badshah have been very much in love, ever since they met for the first time! Recently, Badshah revealed that his wife doesn’t like his music! Recently, the couple welcomed their baby daughter into the world.

#3 Komal Vohra, wife of Raftaar

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Not many know this, but Raftaar is actually a Malayalee, and his real name is Dilin Nair. He met Komal five years ago, through mutual friends. Komal is a Delhi-based interior designer, and she has two brothers who work as actors. The couple tied the knot in December 2016, in a full blown Punjabi wedding, as Raftaar feels Punjabi weddings are too much fun.

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#4 Ashima Kalra, girlfriend of Baba Sehgal

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Baba Sehgal was married to Anju, with whom he has a son named Tanveer. However, their marriage hit a rocky patch when Baba Sehgal had an extra marital affair with Ashima Kalra. The couple divorced soon after, and now Baba is living in with Ashima.

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