This is not the image of Ummi, this is just for illustration purpose.
People need to mindful of the kind of advice they dish out on social media platforms because it sometimes can be misleading. A Muslim lady who goes by the name Ummi took to rant headquarters on Facebook to advice single ladies to date married men, although she wrote it in Nigeria pidgin English, but here is what it means as translated; It’s not cheating but hustling. She further said single ladies should collect enough money from married men while they can, she also said if one as a single lady decides to date a married man or not, when she eventually becomes married, her husbands will still cheat.
Oh well, this is her opinion, but I think it is wrong and misleading. The issue of why men cheat on their wives have been a case of debate and discussion for long, some people are of the opinion that it is Karma taking it cause on women whose husbands cheat because at a younger age, these women probably married men too.
Whether a woman previously dated a married man or not, if she is married to a promiscuous man, the possibility of him cheating is there but encouraging and advising single young ladies to go after married men for material gain is morally wrong, and a sin before God.
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