Toyin Lawani explains statement about men washing plates in new video

Toyin Lawani explains statement about men washing plates in new video

- Toyin Lawani has taken to social media to reiterate that women are taking over and men will wash plates

- She had said this at her friend's housewarming party, leaving many men online angry

- In a recent video shared to her Instagram page, she explained what she meant by her statement

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Nigerian fashion entrepreneur, Toyin Lawani, has taken to social media to defend her statement about women taking over and that men will wash plates.

She made the statement at her friend Ehi Ogbegbor's housewarming party as she and other friends were seen hailing Ehi and calling her a man for being able to achieve such a great feat.

Addressing the issue, Lawani explained that she didn't mean what she said in a literal sense as there were two types of plate washing - the type you lick with your tongue and the type you wash with your hands.

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Women are taking over and men will wash plates - Toyin Lawani (video)
Toyin Lawani has defended her controversial statement about men washing plates. Source: @tiannahsplaceempire
Source: Instagram

Explaining herself in a video shared to her Instagram page, she accompanied it with the caption below:

“Someone needs to educate you silly mockers, thinking women can't work and make it, everyone looking for the easy way out, Go and work, hard work pays, put in work and get the results, stop looking at other people’s time and hustle, if you put in work you will get the results, no one has time to use words to motivate you, the works I display here daily is enough to motivate you, if you are bitter about another man's hard work success, it can never come to you even if you work morning and night, God doesn’t bless hateful people.

I will repeat it again, men who don’t work hard will wash plate, cause to ba shise wako bata fe gbe, nothing like imprisoning men, they are our kings, always understand what anyone says before typing nonsense and women who work very hard can be regarded as men metaphorically, cause some men are lazy and they expect women to do everything for them, I see a lot of this daily from some females, yo ladies don’t encourage this. Any man who doesn’t add value to you, kick them to the curb, relationship is meant to be vice versa, women are not your slaves, we are humans too.

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God created both genders to serve one another, it’s not meant to be one way, we carry your kids for 9 months, care for them and you, yet most women get beaten up and maltreated, when the woman now boss up y'all start hating struggles you know nothing of?

Listen and digest if you have sense and I don’t see anything wrong in your men helping you in the kitchen if you have no choice or help, I regard those men as weak men, you should be proud of your woman, Empower not enslave, hate all you want, you know I always speak the truth and a speaker of truth has no friends. #KingOfAllQueens”

Watch the video below:

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