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“Today’s woman no send” – Singer Paul Play Dairo call out men who hide under “tradition” to cheat

Paul Play Dairo advise men

Legendary singer, songwriter and producer, Paul Play Dairo has berated men who cheat on their wives and hide under tradition to cheat.

Paul Play told men that cheat on their spouses to get ready to be cheated on as well.

Quoting the Bible to justify his point, Paul Play opined :

“The Bible says love your neighbour as your self . If you think you can hide under tradition and start behaving anyhow . Todays woman no send you . You go hear am!”

Although the singer did not mention any name but his outburst might not be unconnected to Yul Edochie second wife saga.

Kemi Filani news recalls Yul Edochie had taken to social media to shower love on his first wife, May Yul-Edochie, amidst the backlash resulting from his new marriage to his side chick, Judy Austin.

Taking to his Instagram page a few minutes ago, Yul Edochie shared beautiful photos of his wife, May Yul-Edochie.

Yul Edochie further declared that his wife May is still his number one undisputed.

He wrote: NUMBER ONE. @mayyuledochie Undisputed.

Daddy Freeze weighed the actor’s marriage to his second wife.

The former Cool FM OAP advocated for women to start marrying second husbands.

He stated that Christians need to stop tilting scripting and tradition in the favor of misogyny and patriarchy.

He added that to perfect the equilibrium, May Edochie should marry a second husband, have a child for him and describe him as her undisputed.

Daddy Freeze wrote, “Perhaps, just to strike a fair balance, our women ought to start marrying second husbands. For once, let’s stop tilting scripture and tradition in the favor of misogyny and patriarchy. Rather, we should embrace the words of Christ that clearly state”.

“In my humble opinion, it would be perfect equilibrium, if May Edochie married a second husband, had a child for him and then posted Yul’s pic with the comment below, @yuledochie, number one disputed! Sadly, life in Nigeria offers women very poor options”.

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