The popular Nigerian Male Singer known as Minjin has made a video which was uploaded some hours ago, in the video he made, he outrightly condemned men who make their women feel like they are being managed.
Note that there are different types of women, there are chubby ones, skinny, slim and fat ladies, some men prefer skinny, and some prefer slim or fat ladies, it all depends on choices.
The Nigerian singer opined that men should be careful before they choose the woman they want to be with so that they will not have anything to complain about when the relationship begins.
Minjin gave an example while he talked, he said that men should stop telling their women to lose weight or add weight in an embarrassing manner because it makes them feel that they are not good enough, rather, they should be romantic while making their comments.
He added that men should try as much as possible to be very constructive when they want to give such advise to their woman.
Click on the link below to watch the video.
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