IWD: Let's celebrate wives who forgave cheating husbands, gospel singer Loise Kim writes

IWD: Let's celebrate wives who forgave cheating husbands, gospel singer Loise Kim writes

- Singer Loise Kim has taken to social media in celebration of the International Women’s Day

- The singer particularly hailed married women who have learnt how to forgive their cheating husbands

- Kim noted that she’s not encouraging adultery but women must learn how to fight for their marriages

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Gospel musician Loise Kim recently took to her page on Instagram with a post dedicated to celebrating women on International Women’s Day.

Kim in her post particularly praised wives who have forgiven their cheating husbands just to ensure that their marriage remains whole.

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"Still in the mood of celebrating Women's international day, let’s celebrate the wives who forgave their cheating husband's, One of them is Hillary Clinton, and in our neighbourhood we have them, they forgave husbands, held tight to their marriages and saved their marriages from unnecessary divorce."

In a different portion of her post, she hailed mother’s in the old days who remained in their marriages despite knowing that their husbands were involved with other women.

IWD: Let's celebrate wives who forgave cheating husbands, gospel singer Loise Kim writes
Gospel singer Loise Kim celebrates IWD. Photo: @loisekim_official
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Kim in her post noted that ‘modern women’ are quick to react and make hasty decisions that ruin their marriages

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Still addressing the matter, the singer in a different post noted that she is not in any way making a case for adultery or polygamy.

She, however, urged women to learn to fight for their marriage and not dump their husbands because of cheating.

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"No woman should leave her husband because he has taken another woman reason, no man is better than the other, just know how to handle him and solve your issues."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that BBNaija star Cindy Okafor shared her thoughts about cheating men on social media.

Cindy in an Instagram story post stated that men caught cheating more than twice cannot be changed. According to her, a cheating man can only change if he wants to.


Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over three years of working experience in the media industry.

He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)

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