Men also need to be husband material – Singer Timaya says

Men also need to be husband material – Singer Timaya says

- Nigerian dancehall singer, Timaya, has taken to social media to share his two cents

- The music star said that not only women need to be wife material

- Timaya said that men also need building material

In many parts of the world, particularly the African society, a lot is expected from women right from when they are just little girls.

Many girls grew up being told how to behave and things to avoid doing so that they would be perceived as decent and men would want to settle down with them.

Many ladies are gauged to determine whether they are wife material or not and the same thing cannot be said for the men.

A number of African men are not trained with their wives in mind and they are oftentimes allowed to grow up spoiled without imbibing the act of consideration for their women.

Well, that is not the case with all men as some women have done great jobs raising their sons who end up being marvelous husbands.

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Just recently, Nigerian music star, Timaya, took to social media via his verified Twitter page to speak on wife and husband material.

According to the dancehall star, people should focus less on wife materials because men also need building materials.

He wrote: “Not every time wife material, sometimes MEN need building material”.

See his tweet below:

Interesting.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Timaya took to social media to speak on why people show love to others after they are gone.

According to him, people only show and support to others after they are dead and gone because they are no longer a competitor with them.

Timaya's thoughts gained many reactions on social media. Some Nigerians supported his thought, saying his knowledge is deep. Others, however, noted that what he said is a lie.

The singer, who is also a songwriter is the founder of DM Records Limited. His solo career began in 2005 with the release of his hit single Dem Mama. The song also appeared on his debut album, True Story released the following year.

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