I'm not one to offer unsolicited advice or opinions, especially concerning something as supposedly sacred as marriage. But when two supposed adults ("supposed" because are these two really adult?) decide to make their marriage a public show, then they shouldn't wonder when we the public offer our often unsolicited opinions.
Toyin raised brows when she put up a post yesterday and included a (very unnecessary) hashtag, addressing herself as #MissAimakhu. Today it seems her husband Mr Niyi Johnson has also taken to Instagram to ask us the public to BEG on his behalf; saying the insults should be directed at him instead. His hashtags also tell us that he is probably a not-so-faithful husband who sexts (sexy texts) with other chicas (but in reality, maybe he's just a nice chap who isn't happy with people putting his wife on blast and hauling insults at her, and would rather take the heat, thereby making himself the target...)
"To clear the air of the recent happenings… I ADENIYI JOHNSON is at fault and not my wife… she reacted according to her pains and we all have different ways of reactions… I beg everyone to pls stop throwing banters and insults… u can channel all anger and greiveances towards me and not her…. instead of abuses I would rather BEG u to join me in apologising to my darling, lovely and adorable wife… OLUTOYIN I’M DEEPLY SORRY PLEASE….. I promise to make things right…. I Don’t want a broken home…
This whole thing leaves a very very very yucky taste in my mouth. I thought marriage ought to be between two MATURE adults. I really find this totally unappealing. We really don't NEED to know.
But hey, that's just the way I feel, and it's not the point, right? The point is that y'all should please beg Miss Aimakhu for Mr Johnson. Thank you!
*i think the picture above is super cute by the way*
Quick question. Do you thinking airing personal deets of personal matters such as marriage, on social media, could be detrimental to one's marriage/relationship? If yes, how so, exactly? Thanks for your responses.