Actress Angela Okorie calls out women who don't respect their baby fathers

Actress Angela Okorie calls out women who don't respect their baby fathers

- Nollywood actress Angela Okorie has called out single mother who disrespect their baby fathers

- The actress who spoke up recently in an interview stated that women should be under men and those who make assume the position of a man don't know God

- She emphasized that she isn't throwing shades but pointing out the fact that male-bashing has become rampant in today's world

The advent of single mothers in the Nigerian entertainment industry is gradually becoming an epidermic. Many female celebrities are now taking pride in playing both father and mother roles in the lives of their off-springs while choosing to render the baby daddies incapable of taking up their responsibilities.

Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie who herself is a single mother recently called out such women who have chosen to disrespect their baby fathers and assume the position in the lives of their children.

Speaking to Sunday Scoop, Okorie stated that women are created to be under men and no matter what they try, they can never be fathers to their children even when they provide everything for the child.

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Read her words below:

"As a mother, you can do everything for your child but that doesn’t make you a father. I feel that the male-bashing on social media is too rampant these days. The fact that you contribute 99 per cent of things in the home does not make you the man of the house.

God knows what He was doing when he created two genders. It takes two people to make a baby. The fact that you are separated from your husband does not mean you should come online and call yourself a man.

I’m not trying to throw shades at anyone; I’m just trying to be blunt. I know it’s an emotional issue, and that’s why a lot people have chosen to get upset about what I wrote on my page. Any woman that disrespects the father of her child does not know God. As a woman, you are supposed to be under a man.

Women tend to talk a lot and always want to respond to whatever the man says and this may lead to beating. However, I am not saying that it is right for a man to beat a woman. It is better to walk away in such situations. A lot of women also have issues and that is why they don’t want to be under a man. Marriage goes beyond dating; it is long-term. It is only natural for people to have issues in their marriages; you just have to manage it. And if you cannot manage it, you should move on.

Whatever bad things you say about your man will reflect on you and your children who carry his name. When you have issues in your marriage, it is better to sort it out behind closed doors instead of bringing it on social media. When you make up with your spouse, the public will not forget those things you said.”

Meanwhile, just recently, Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh revealed details about her estranged husband Churchill, claiming he squatted in her house after their wedding.

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