- Top Nigerian dancer, Kaffy, recently waded into the discussion of house chores being for a certain gender on social media
- The professional dancer shared a video of her son, Sean, doing the dishes and explained why boys should also do house chores
- According to her, parents should also let boys learn how to cook and clean
Popular Nigerian dancer, Kaffy Shafau-Ameh, has now joined the age-long conversation of house chores being meant for just one gender via her social media page.
The Guinness World Record holder shared a video of her cute son, Sean Ameh, clearing up the kitchen sink after doing the dishes.
In the short clip, she thanked him for helping out and then proceeded in her caption to advise parents on the importance of boys also doing chores.
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According to the mother of two, parents should make sure their sons also cook and clean so that they do not end up looking for girlfriends in future for the wrong reasons.
Explaining further, the professional dancer said that a lot has contributed to the conditioning of men to think some basic essential life skills are to be carried out by women.
“It is important for parents to let boys learn how to cook and clean so they won’t be looking for girlfriends for the wrong reasons .
Too much has been conditioned to make men believe they need a woman for basic but essential life skills.”
See the post below:
In no time, fans shared their different opinions about her post. Majority agreed with her that boys should also do house chores. Read what some of them had to say below:
“I can swear my husband did this as a child, he's too good with chores. God bless his mum for me. You're doing a great job ma”
“That's right! I have boys too and I don't play when it come to house chores o. Way to go sis”
“Me i can Cook all kinds of Soup, i can Sweep, Cleaning is my Hubby So nobody will do Shakara for me 2morrow ..... Credit goes to my Sweet Mother”
“Please this is nt good chores are meant for girl only!!!”
“Lmao boys dey wash plate pass girls nowadays no dey whine yourselves”
In other similar news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man took to social media to recount how his wife nearly died from house chores.
The man identified as Oluwanishola Akeju took to Twitter on Thursday, February 4, 2021 to narrate an almost-ugly incident that informed his decision to always assist his wife with house chores.
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Oluwanishola said he was an ardent believer of the school of thought that all a man needed to do was to work hard and provide for the family while it is the sole responsibility of the wife to do house chores.
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