The Mrs title is not a trophy, it's an insult to put it before my name, Kemi Olunloyo says

The Mrs title is not a trophy, it's an insult to put it before my name, Kemi Olunloyo says

- Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, is in the news again and this time she has addressed people who tag her with the title ‘Mrs’

- According to her, she has never been married so it is an insult to add the prefix to her name

- The controversial media personality also revealed that she once slapped someone who addressed her with the title

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Controversial Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, recently took to Twitter to address the people who are fond of adding the Mrs title to her name.

She a post where someone complimented her and then moved on to address her as Dr, Mrs Kemi. She noted that it is an insult to address her as a married woman and she once slapped someone for making the mistake.

The Mrs title is not a trophy, it's an insult to put it before my name, Kemi Olunloyo says
Kemi Olunloyo says she has never been married Photo credit: @KemiOlunloyo
Source: Twitter

Kemi further said that many women think the tag is a trophy title, whereas it’s not.

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"Did you know that it's an insult to write "Mrs" beside my name? I once slapped someone in real life who did. Some of you women think it's a trophy title. IT'S NOT."

In a reply to her, a user identified as @Immobiliari mentioned that the journalist answers her family name and not her husband’s name, and urged the public to take note.

Olunloyo was quick to tell him that he was not focused and she clearly wrote that she has never been married.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Kemi Oluunloyo in a tweet claimed that one of Nigeria’s top music stars, Wizkid, was the only real billionaire in the country.

Explaining further, Olunloyo said that if a president gave a person a gift that made them billions, then it was not the country’s money.

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Olunloyo also claimed Tony Elumelu, Folorunsho Alakija and D. Adeleke made their billions from Ibrahim Babangida, while Linda Ikeji made hers from Goodluck Jonathan.

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