- Top Nigerian female singer, Yemi Alade, recently took to social media to share her thoughts on cheating in relationships with fans
- The music star wondered why women always seemed to get the blame when their men cheat and are shamed if they decide to reciprocate
- Alade added that when men cheat, it is not the woman’s fault
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Cheating in relationships is one topic that has been discussed extensively on social media with no solution in sight. Just recently, top Nigerian female singer, Yemi Alade, joined the conversation.
The award-winning singer took to her Twitter page to ask fans why it always seemed easy for people to assume that it is the woman’s fault when her man cheats and then she is shamed for reciprocating the act of betrayal.
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“But why is it so easy to assume it’s the woman's fault when a man cheats but when a woman cheats she is a sl*t ?”
See her tweet below:
In a subsequent post, the Woman of Steel star said that no matter how good a person is, they might never be good enough for their partners and they end up cheating. Alade said they should not be faulted for their partner’s indiscretion.
“Don't people realise that no matter how good you are, you might never be Completely enough for some people ,so they cheat. Its not your fault!”
See the tweet below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that top Nigerian singer, Davido and his girlfriend, Chioma, recently took to social media to tension fans with loved-up photos.
In the snaps, the celebrity couple were surrounded by friends and close associates as they let their hair down. Chioma was dressed in a baby pink tube dress with fringe design and Davido wore a black and white Fendi top with a black cap.
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