Yeni, daughter of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, has said that she will not leave her marriage if her husband cheats on her.
She said this in an interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo, on Friday.
Yeni said that her late father, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, had 27 wives and her mother didn’t leave the marriage.
She said, “I won’t leave my husband if he is cheating. That is me. You can leave your own husband if he is cheating. That is you. Don’t judge me, I’m not judging you.
“My father had 27 wives, my mother didn’t go. It’s me that will now come and go because of one girl. It cannot happen.”
The news headline has generated mixed reactions among the Facebook users. Kindly read some of the reactions from Nigerians that commented below the news on Facebook:
That she can't leave a cheating husband doesn't mean she can't leave an abusive marriage. She knows what she want and what she wants may be different from yours. Don't judge me because I didn't judge you.
That's her reality and many others will make noise online but they won't leave too.
Nature abhor vacuum, it is unwise for a woman to leave her matrimonial home cos of another woman not because of domestic violence.
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Sources: Punch Newspaper
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