Nigerian feminist believes men who cry at their weddings have psychopathic tendencies

Nigerian feminist believes men who cry at their weddings have psychopathic tendencies

Popular Nigerian writer and feminist, Ozzy Etomi sure knows how to get social media users talking with her constant unorthodox and unconventional beliefs especially when it comes to gender roles and this time is no different.

While many people consider it charming, romantic and honest when a man cries on his wedding day, it appears that for writer and Twitter feminist, Ozzy Etomi, there is nothing romantic about this show of emotion.

According to her, men who cry at their weddings have tendencies to be psychotic. In her words:"I have a theory about men who cry at their weddings.There's nothing intellectual about the theory. I just think they have the tendency to be psychos. Don't ask me why, I don't know, but I believe it wholeheartedly."

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Much to surprise of many social media users, there were a few people who agreed with her theory even though non of them gave reasons for their views. Many others however, disagreed as they didn't seem to understand her reasons for such an odd conclusion.

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Ozzy Etomi seems to have build quite a reputation for herself for saying controversial things. Recall a while ago, singer Falz received backlash for making a song criticizing transactional intercourse.

Joining others to react to the song, Ozy Etomi took to social media to give a detailed analysis of why she believes men hate love peddlers popularly known in Nigeria as 'runs girls'. Amongst many things, she stated that men are deeply insecure about their financial standing and associate women's sexual anatomy to worthlessness.

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