Reactions as man says future wife must stay with his mum for 6 months before they marry

Reactions as man says future wife must stay with his mum for 6 months before they marry

- Twitter user, Marvel William, recently shared the conditions under which he would get married

- According to him, any lady he intends to marry would have to spend six months with his mother

- William explained that this was to help her learn how to 'take care of him'

- Several internet users have shared their thoughts on the matter

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When it comes to choosing a life partner, people have different views and what they believe is requisite for a marriage to take place.

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Twitter user, Marvel William caused quite a buzz on social media after he tweeted about the things his future wife would have to do in order for them to get married.

According to him, the lady would have to stay with his mother for half a year to enable her to learn how to 'take care of him'.

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He tweeted:

"Any woman that I want to marry must, first of all, stay with my mum for 6months/1year so that my mum can train her and let her know how to take care of me."

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The post which has since gone viral had several people sharing their thoughts. While some people agreed with him, others bashed him adding that he would also have to stay with the girl's dad in order to learn how to love her.

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"Then hope you can stay for that same period with her father so he can also groom you well to take care of his daughter if Moses can do it then you can."


"Yes I agree, in every relationship there must be compromise. People have to learn how to be with their partner so you’ll go and stay with my dad too for training too to know how to be a less useless man that won’t tweet nonsense like this."


"Then you'll stay with my dad, so he'll teach you how to love me. Rubbish."


"You gats go stay with her Dad for 1½ years or 2 years so that her father can train you and let you know how to take care of his daughter. Agreed?"
Any woman that I want to marry must stay with my mum for 6 months - Man say
William's tweet has caused a buzz. Photo credit: Marvel William
Source: Instagram


"For me the lady has to go back in time and watch how my mum carried me in the womb so she will know how to carry my kids, watch how she fed me to know how to feed me and my kids. If she doesn't give me breast the way my mum gave me, we'll definitely have a problem."

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"That's the best thing to do. Also 3 months with each of your sisters, so that she can learn more. Women need to learn a lot from the family of the guy, before getting married. Also you're getting married to the whole family, not just the man."


"Marry your mummy. I’m sure she can help you put on your pampers better than any other woman would do. Happy married life to you and your mom in advance."

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According to a Twitter account, @OyoNews1, rumours suggest the new queen was married into the royal family in 2020.

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Kumashe Yaakugh is a journalist with three years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from Benue State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. Kumashe is an entertainment and lifestyle editor reporting mostly on entertainment and human interest stories. When she isn't working, Kumashe uses her spare time to read about historical events, music and cultures around the world. Learn more about her on Twitter @kvmashe


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