Don’t belittle your wife because you’re the provider – Rapper Eedris Abdulkareem says

Don’t belittle your wife because you’re the provider – Rapper Eedris Abdulkareem says

– Veteran Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, recently took to social media with a word of advice for married men

– The musician stated that men should praise their wives because they do things the money they provide cannot

– Nigerians agreed with him in the comment section

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Popular Nigerian veteran rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, has taken to his verified Instagram story to plead a case for married women.

The music star specifically advised married men who are providers in the home not to belittle or downgrade their wives because of what they bring to the table daily.

Don't belittle your wife because you're the provider: Rapper Eedris Abdulkareem says

Eedris says there are many things women do the money cannot
Photo credit: @abdulkareemeedris
Source: Instagram

Stating his reason, Eedris said that there are thousands of things women do that money cannot do for men.

Nigerians took to the comment section to express their opinions on the rapper’s post, with most of them agreeing with him.


“Words of wisdom. A man who treasures his wife is favoured in moments of trials. When ur woman loves you because she knows you treasure her, uv gotten the backing in the world.”

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“Thank you. God bless you always.”


“Baba, God bless you for this one.”


“You are talented. Words of Wisdom.”


“Very very true, just that we pretend not to see them.”


“Absolutely true Sir.”


“This post is meant for women. Let a woman do for a week what a man does for her daily and you’ll see the bitter side of hell.”

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In other news about the rapper, earlier reported that Eedris Abdulkareem shared his thoughts on boarding schools in the country and how it affects children on social media.

According to the veteran musician, boarding schools have now become the nightmare of parents.

Explaining further, the music star said that most parents ended up with psychologically damaged kids even after paying and sacrificing so much.

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