Okyeame Kwame declares phubbing is the main reason many marriages break up

Okyeame Kwame declares phubbing is the main reason many marriages break up

- Okyeame Kwame has spoken about what he thinks is the main reason why some marriages break

- He mentioned phubbing as the number one cause

- The popular singer made a song about phubbing called 'Dum Fon No'

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Popular Ghanaian artiste Okyeame Kwame has come out to reveal that the main cause of many breakups in marriages is the fact that many partners practice phubbing.

In a news report put together by GhanaWeb, the Rap Dacta explained that phubbing is the act of ignoring one's partner in other to focus on one's cellphone.

Seeing the extent to which the singular cause has destroyed many relationships, the popular singer composed a song titled 'Dum Fon No’ which translates to, 'switch off the phone'.

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According to the singer, phubbing does not only shift attention away from one's partner. He made it clear that the habit also gives cheating a room to breed in marital homes.

He continued to explain that a critical eye must be used to look at 'phubbing' very carefully because he was affected by it in his relationship with his wife.

In his song, the singer explained that he chose to create great awareness about phubbing by telling the story in which a man was asking his wife to do away with her phone in order to pay attention to him.

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