Media personality, Ifedayo Olarinde, popularly known as Daddy Freeze, has shared his thoughts on submission in marriage.
Taking to social media, the broadcaster urged young men and women to not use their parents’ marriages as a model, as many of their marriages worked out because they put up with a lot of “nonsense.”
“Never use your parents’ marriage as a yardstick. Many of their marriages worked out because they put with the kind of nonsense no one will take from you today; so don’t emulate.” He wrote in part.
In response to Daddy Freeze’s post, a lady stated that a man remains the head of the household, and that if a woman is unwilling to respect and be obedient to a man, she should not marry.
Reacting, Daddy Freeze noted that most Nigerians translate a master-servant relationship to mean submission.
“Unlike Nigerians, oyibo people have partnerships not ‘master/servant relationships”, he replied the follower.
See their exchange below,
Meanwhile, as the debate on submission in marriage continues on social media, actor, Deyemi Okanlawon, has pointed out that submission is for both genders.
As the debate on submission in marriage continues on social media, actor, Deyemi Okanlawon, has pointed out that submission is for both genders.
The debate on social media is centred around wives being submissive to their husbands as stated in the bible, but Deyemi disagrees.
In a post shared on his Twitter handle, Deyemi who has been married for 7 years, wrote, ”Submission is not exclusive to one gender.”