– Laura Ikeji said Nigerian married men are the most generous in the world
– The mum of two said this in reaction to a report that 62 percent of Nigerian married women cheat
– The fashion entrepreneur noted that dating a Nigerian married man qualifies one for the good things of life
Fashion entrepreneur Laura Ikeji has taken to her YouTube channel to react to a TikTok video that 62 percent of Nigerian women cheat on their men.
She noted that the statistic is too high, adding that culture does not permit a woman to cheat on her husband.
According to her, it is more acceptable for a married man to cheat on his wife without being questioned.
Laura stated that Nigeria is the only country she knows where a girl can become rich from dating a wealthy married man.
Read what she said below:
“Nigerian married men are the most generous in the world. If you date a rich Nigerian married man, you most likely would be rich because they are very generous. This is the only country I know that when you date a sugar daddy, within two or three months, you’re popping.
The will sponsor your lifestyle, they will fly you abroad, send you private jets, take you to Paris, take you to Milan and fly you all over the world. If you are a Nigerian man in Nigeria and you’re not cheating, you are not cool.”
The mum of two then noted that it shouldn’t be a problem if married women are turning around to do the same thing that their men have been doing to them. However, she said it does not mean that married women cheat.
Watch the video below:
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian woman revealed why single ladies ‘must’ go after married men.
A Twitter user @IlhamSafiyyat said that such marriage comes with a bonus; a husband and a sister. The sister there perhaps refers to the wife the new bride would be meeting in the man’s house.
Some people “knocked” her for encouraging polygamy, while a few others agreed with her opinion.
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