- Fantasia Barrino, an American soul singer has recently granted an interview and spoke about relationships
- The millionaire multi-platinum singer gave advice on why she thinks most modern women can't find love and are still single
- Fantasia Barrino, stated that women must '' learn how to submit''
- Her submissions have stirred controversy and her husband has attempted to explain in a tweet
Millionaire multi-platinum soul singer, Fantasia Barrino, has stated in a recent interview about why she thinks many modern women are single.
Fantasia, who got married to her husband, Kendall Taylor in 2011, disclosed during her appearance on The Breakfast Club that she was happy her husband initiated the idea of a prenup before she said anything about it.
The globally-loved singer shared advice on what she thinks is pivotal to her thriving relationship and happy marriage.
Fantasia indicated that most modern women are struggling to find love because they are trying to lead and that is why they can’t find men.
She noted that these women, can’t be the ''kings'' in the house and advised they fall back to be the ''queens'' and allow the man to lead.
The adorable soul singer explained men and women clash because they struggle with power dynamics while noting that it is a ''generational curse'' and how society has positioned men.
According to Fantasia, women must take up the role of motherhood and fathers, must provide.
She also said women jostling to play the head, lose the men in their lives.
Fantasia alluded to the Bible to affirm her claims stating that she is the ''neck'' and her hubby, the ''head''.
Women ''have to learn how to submit,'' she was quoted by madamenoire, to have said in the interview on The Breakfast Club.
Meanwhile, the millionaire multi-platinum singer’s husband has responded in an attempt to explain Fantasia’s submission after her statement stirred reactions from feminists.
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