“Dont ever cheat in marriage” Reactions follow Blessing CEO’s remarks about married women’s infidelity

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“Dont ever cheat in marriage” Reactions follow Blessing CEO’s remarks about married women’s infidelity

Reactions follow Blessing CEO's remarks about married women's infidelity. A well-known relationship and mental health expert from Nigeria, Blessing Ok

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Reactions follow Blessing CEO’s remarks about married women’s infidelity. A well-known relationship and mental health expert from Nigeria, Blessing Okoro, also known as Blessing CEO, recently made remarks about married women who cheat.

The famous person used her Tiktok account to ask married women why they openly cheat on their husbands without shame or control.

Additionally, the CEO of Blessing emphasized the significance of avoiding becoming emotionally attached to a non-spouse to the point of becoming pregnant outside of marriage and putting a burden on the husband at home.

She made the point that, in addition to infidelity, there are other ways for a woman to punish her husband because she is an expert in relationships. She also talked about the bad things that doing such things can do to women who stay committed to their marriages.

Reactions to her allegations Despite her views on the subject, numerous Netizens have reacted.

A web user wrote: Who actually pays attention to her ? Another was mentioned by Mitchewww: A user responded, “The energy you’re using to deliver this message should be like saying you have a personal beef with someone and are talking to her indirectly.” Women are like that. Men should quick and implore, cook great dinners for them, perhaps God will change their hearts.

A different user wrote: In fact, I deleted my comment because, if I were to say, “Madam Blessing, go hide your face,” you ought to be ashamed of yourself and let us know that you are a married woman. After all, we already know you. Can you even live without married men? Go marry your own, and let’s see, like, why can’t you just respect yourself as a woman? Come here to talk trash.

A web user wrote: Who gave her those awards, Abeg? Another user commented: African women never have affairs with their husbands. Stop feeding these bogus stories.

Solomon Buchi, a life coach and author, weighed in on the social media drama involving self-acclaimed relationship expert Blessing CEO and celebrity auto dealer Ikechukwu Darry Ogbonna, better known as IVD. Blessing CEO is not a therapist and does not adhere to psychotherapy.

The CEO of Blessing took to her now-defunct Instagram page to get involved in the issue of IVD and his late wife, Bimbo, being victims of domestic violence.

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