Married women are literally house-girls & maids -Says Kemi Olunloyo

Married women are literally house-girls & maids -Says Kemi Olunloyo

A popular Nigerian media personality recently took to social media with a post in which she bared her mind on the issue of marriage.

The journalist identified as Kemi Olunloyo, took to popular micro blogging platform Twitter, with a post in which she described married people as lacking of their own freedom.

She went on to reveal that she had never committed herself to marriage and she does not ever intend to do so.

Olunloyo also took the opportunity to label men who are are married as being weak. She said such men only needed a woman’s help to carry out domestic chores like cooking and cleaning.

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Concluding her post, she made sure to give a piece of her mind to married women as well. She described them as house girls and maids.

Sharing the post, she said: "Married people are NOT independent and the first instance of independence they collapse. I’ve never been married & never will. A man who gets married is weak and needs a woman to cook, clean and rear kids when mom’s gone. Married Women are literally housegirls & maids #KemiTalks"

See her tweet below:

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Some of her followers took to the comment section to react to the post. See some reactions below:

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A particular user had called on her to keep such opinions to herself, so as not to taint the minds of youths who may be looking to travel the lifelong journey of marriage.

See the post below:

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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