Elsie Okpocha, the wife of a famous stand-up comedian in Nigeria, Bright Okpocha, has stirred the internet as she advises those in a relationship.
A video that has found its way online captured Elsie Okpocha, compelling ladies not to tell all their secrets to their partners as it can backfire.
She claimed that one’s partner does not have to know much about the other, and it’s okay to share some things like celebrations but not those that ought not to be shared.
Mixed reactions have trailed the video as many agree with her point of view on sharing secrets with one’s partner.
A user identified as Rhema shared his experience of how his wife nearly ruined him during their divorce because he told her his secrets.
rhema74 wrote: Telling everything was my biggest mistake in my previous marriage – and she used it all against me in the court of law – God saved me , even my lawyer got tired –
My Good lord knew my past cannot hurt me now – I overcame –
Me never again ooo – most people when they are angry , they go open your yansh for public .
However, netizens did not agree with Elsie Okpocha’s view. They questioned her if she didn’t share everything with her husband, while some claimed her points do not work with theirs.
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__hrykh: I agree completely. Even what happens at work, to coworkers, I don’t. Learn to keep the necessary things. He doesn’t need to know everything.
bby_a_l_m_a: Pls where una de see this partner self 😂 cux if I get my own partner I go de tell am everything oo
aug6ix_music: So you nor de tell basketmouth everything
chi_dee_rah: I don’t agree sha
fine_nenye: Doesn’t apply to me. I have basket mouth when it comes to my partner.
swtcandid: Me dat is telling my husband about wat u jst told us now
Kemi Filani recalls that Basketmouth shocked many when he delved into the music industry. He revealed via his Instagram page how most people did not know that music was his first love before acting and comedy, but he decided to do it backwards.
According to Basketmouth, he could not go into music as the timing was not suitable for him, and he had not met a producer that could see music the way he saw it.