A famous actor from Nigeria broke the internet after giving and advice to the married women who came out in large numbers to disagree with him. On the other hand, the men embraced the advice warmly.
Mr. Pete Edochie advised the ladies that if they suspect their husbands' are cheating, to always put protective rubbers in their pockets.
He added that by doing so, the lady will attack the man psychologically.
“He will rethink about it and if his intentions were to stray, then he will stop," said Edochie.
Tuko reposted his advice in their Facebook page that caused different reactions among the citizens.
Walter Brown embraced the advice and wished that all women would heed to that noble advice.
“This is a very good advise and it has always been my point. The man will have a feeling gor that caring that his wife and will immediately stop cheating,” said Madam Vickie Victoria.
Johnie Prince was wishing that his wife would see and learn what other women are doing.
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