Leave your wives home; take your girlfriends to shows - Counselor Lutterodt tells musicians

Leave your wives home; take your girlfriends to shows - Counselor Lutterodt tells musicians

Self-styled marriage and relationship counselor, George Lutterodt is advising musicians to abandon their wives at home and go for entertainment shows with their ‘side chicks’.

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Leave your wives home; take your girlfriends to shows - Counselor Lutterodt tells musicians

Counselor George Lutterodt

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The controversial ‘Man of God’ says the motive of many women following their celebrity husbands to events are bad, and it doesn't encourage their performance on stage.

In a report put up by GhanaCelebrities.com, the controversial counselor said most music stars go to shows with their wives with the intention of avoiding temptations in their marriage.

Counselor Lutterodt’s comment comes days after dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy’s wife, Louisa survived a knife attack at the ‘Ashaiman to Da World’ concert.

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Dr Loiusa sustained some injuries after some unidentified persons allegedly stuck knife through the tent housing the artiste and his crew backstage.

The outspoken relationship expert insisted that musicians traveling with their spouse to night shows doesn't guarantee the fact that they won’t cheat on them.

“It’s wrong to add your wife with the motive that you’ll cheat without her presence, marriage is not a cure for womanizing”, George Lutterodt said.

Leave your wives home; take your girlfriends to shows - Counselor Lutterodt tells musicians

Stonebwoy and wife, Louisa

He also added that male celebrities who conclude in their thinking that the presence of women at shows is to ‘satisfy’ men in bed are not a marriage material.

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