- Zlatan Ibile has taken to social media to reveal his preference when it comes to dating
- According to the Nigerian singer, he prefers to date girls that still live with their parents
- Zlatan explained that those are the ones that are easy to control in relationships
While many people are pleased with more women becoming more financially independent in the society today, it appears there are some who would rather have these women under their control.
One of such people is popular Nigerian singer, Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael professionally known as Zlatan Ibile. He recently took to popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to reveal his dating preference.
According to the Bolanle crooner, he prefers to date girls who still live with their parents as those ones are easy to control unlike the independent ones.
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He wrote: "I prefer girls that still stay under their parents roof than the ones that are independent.... to control those ones Dey hard like bike wey the gear get fault"
However, not so many people agreed with his post as they tagged it misogynistic with some advising him to be careful of the things he puts out.
See some reactions below:
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Still on Zlatan, Legit.ng had earlier reported the news of how Nigerian singer, Naira Marley got slammed by many social media users after he took to Twitter to reveal he does not believe in the dreaded COVID-19 also known as coronavirus.
Jumping to his defense is his friend and colleague in the industry, Zlatan. The singer in a recent tweet, shamed people who were not financially stable, yet borrowed data to criticize him even though they have no food in their homes.
In the video, Zlatan is seen singing along to a new song by Rema. However, he really isn’t singing the words but making a series of sounds with his mouth.
Burna Boy who is also captured in the video, appears amused by Zlatan’s performance of the Mavin signee’s new song. He makes a statement which seems like he‘s either questioning if Zlatan‘s performance is accurate or concurring.
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