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He said that he was “very happy” to be married to his best friend and didn’t want to start a debate.
“I’m not a debater,” Nabors said to Hawaii News Now.
Eventually, he started working with Nabors as a business associate, and they entered a romantic relationship, though it was largely kept from the public eye.
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