I wish to comment on the unnecessary fight between Linda Ikeji and Wizkid.
Wizkid began the ugly part by charging at Linda Ikeji after she published a story about his quit notice. He claimed that she once dates one of his video directors. She vehemently denies the charge. He said she was ugly. How could anyone say Linda Ikeji is ugly? She is tall sleeky skinned beauty. She is so cute. Men would fall over to have Linda Ikeji as their spouse. Wizkid is too small to take away your self-esteem.
Wizkid is also a cute guy, though,but he was so rude to the Ikejis and he thinks she should get married?
Hey, Linda the day you get married, your life will change your husband will be negotiating with people you write about, “Hi, my wife is a blogger. If you want a favourable mention here is the cost” and if you fail to follow his instructions, you could get a dirty slap on your pretty cheek, a cheek your parents never probably didn’t hit. For a gender conscious champion like yourself, you will surely show him some stubbornness and get suffocated. You’ll probably be a dead woman by day break and you do not deserve a death sentence.
You see, Linda, we need you to stay alive. We want more women to own their businesses and be able to support society (Great work on supporting other woman, by the way!)
So you ask, “Hey Carol, shouldn’t I get married? How do I get married without dating? Can one get married without dating?” Sure, Linda. The Catholic Church is in sync with celibacy. If you want to marry a gold citizen, he had to meet your own ideals. So you’ll surely find someone.
And yes, you should marry, but first you must signs a pre nuptial agreement with your intended spouse… Else you may find your husband throwing you out of a house you bought. I am a lawyer and I have a female client who bought a house with a gentleman and now, he is trying to throw her out of the house and take it. He forged the deed of assignment and deleted her name from the property.We are in court. So, things happen, my dear.
On behalf of Wizkid, I apologise for his bad behavior towards you. If you wrote an article he didn’t like he could write a rejoinder and you would, of course, publish his rejoinder on your platform.
All real men should write on Linda Ikeji’s blog a nice line of apology on behalf of a badly brought up kid, or do send Ikeji an sms apology or email.
I wish them both, well.
Carol Ajie is a human rights attorney. She can be reached by email HERE.
The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author.