- Nigerian singer, 9ice’s ex-wife Toni Payne has revealed that she cannot marry a man who doesn’t vote
- The former artiste manager also mentioned that any man she would be with must also care for social justice
- Toni shared this in a post on her official Twitter page
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Toni Payne, the ex-wife of Nigerian singer 9ice, has revealed that there's actually a type of man she would not settle down with.
According to the post which she shared on her official Twitter page, she stated that she cannot marry a man who doesn’t vote or care much for social justice.
This was one of the many posts that she shared suggesting that she is very keen on political matters and justice and would like to be on the same page with any man she gets married to.
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Here’s what she said:
"I can’t marry a man that doesn’t vote or care much for social justice. Fu*ck no!"
See post below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Toni Payne addressed absentee parents, telling them not to come back to complicate things for their children.
She took to her Instagram page to share her experience with a friend who needed her advice on a personal issue.
According to Payne, her friend who was over 30, was approached by his absentee father who intentionally made the choice of staying away while he was growing up.
Sharing her opinion on the matter, Payne maintained that she did not like such situations, and according to her, any parent who made the choice of staying away from a child’s life should not return to complicate things for the individual emotionally as an adult.
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Source: Legit Nigeria