A twitter user identified with username, Stanley Ezinna has advised young unmarried men to fully investigate the kind of family their fiancee comes from, most especially, how the girl’s mother treats the girl’s father.
Stanley said that most girls tend to treat their husbands the same way their mothers treated their fathers and went on to narrate how this particular issue stopped him from marrying the girl of his dream.
He said while he was preparing to marry this beautiful, smart and hardworking girl, he later got to know that the girl’s father was paralyzed and was seriously being maltreated by her mother.
The father was ignored and abandoned by the mother and was being treated as a nobody that the mother had the effrontery, wanting to collect the drinks, he brought, as customs demand, in place of the father even though the father was alive, which is an abomination.
Being a person, who respected and understood culture, he insisted he would only give the drinks to the dad. After hearing the father’s side of the story, he confronted the girl’s woman of which the girl didn’t like.
As days went by, he began to notice where the aggressive and bossy nature the girl usually showed towards him came from and so he had no option but to terminate the relationship because he didn’t want her to treat him the way her mother treated her father when they eventually get married.
He concluded by warning unmarried guys to be very careful when they are looking for a woman they want to marry. They should looking closely at the kind of family the lady come from, and also told ladies who were brought up in such homes, not to allow their mother’s toxic behaviour to destroy their own marriages because it has made most girls remain unmarried.
Read his story below;
Girls grow up to treat their husbands the same way their mothers treated their fathers. That’s was why I didn’t marry my ex in 2012. Smart girl. Works with one of the leading banks in Nigeria.
Slim-thick, chocolate, tall and strong muscular legs Just how I like it. We were destined for the alter until I decided to see her parents.
We drove to her parents house in the villa. Coming into the compound I noticed a semi-paralyzed man at the corner of the house with sadness all over him.
No one paid attention to him and his clothes were dirty. I felt he was a madman or something but was distracted by my girl’s mum and siblings circling around me with salutations.
We got into the house and as a solid Igbo guy, I brought one carton of omega schnapps for the father like tradition dictates.
On asking for the father to present the drink, I was told dismissively that he was the man outside and the mum wanted to accept the drink on his behalf. I was shocked! What??
| asked my babe and she said it was a long story. l ignored her and went to the man.
Introduced myself and gave him my present. When the man told me his story, I wept. Brethren, pray that you marry a good wife.
To cut long story short, I confronted the woman and she was more interested in my bank account and how I will assist with their building project.
Suddenly some of my babe’s aggressive behaviours begins to make sense. Then we grew apart cos I refuse to do whatever the mother says.
Ladies, don’t let your toxic mum lead you astray. So many ladies are unmarried because of their upbringing
My two cents!
See screenshots of his tweets below
“A Nigerian Boyfriend Has More Responsibilities Than A Father Of Three In America” — Man Claims
A Nigeria male twitter influencer has caused stir on social media after he shared his opinion on what it takes to be a boyfriend in Nigeria.
The man identified with the username, MAKANAKI, claimed that a Nigerian man, who is in a relationship with a Nigerian girl, has more responsibilities more than a father with three kids in America.
“A Nigerian boyfriend has more responsibilities than a father of three in America”
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His tweet generated some replies from twitter users. Below are a few replies
*You go pay babe bill
*You go buy take away for her friends wey dey chop like Kung Fu Panda
*You never marry her but her mama go dey tell you “you don’t even give me money is it when you marry my daughter you will give me money? ”
*You go give all 7 of her siblings money
The subtle truth in this sha 🤔 that’s how a friend said most Nigerian guys that go abroad complain about how they have seen a less financially tasking set of women but you never see Nigerian ladies go abroad & complain that they are treated worse in Nigeria 😅 I tweet in peace
I think most of us guys take up the responsibility of father figure or spending on our Girlfriends just to feed our Ego. “Something like she was nothing when I met her”
Makanaki…what is it..Truth be told That is y so many ladies ain’t married yet…. Cos the guy be wondering,if dating is this expensive..what will marriage look like Babes, mk una hustle o…so that guys no go dey use us as topic for their timeline
Because the Nigerian boyfriend is more shortsighted than an American boyfriend. He sees the relationship as an avenue to show his ego; acting as if the gf did not have anything or was not anything before he met her. So by forming father of responsibilities, he feeds the ego.
I swear down bruh. Money for hair, data, morning afternoon night food, money for Uber or Taxify, money for taking her friends out, money to buy clothes and accessories, omooooooooooo