Showing posts with label Marriage. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Marriage. Show all posts

Thursday, 28 May 2015

Wedding guest rudely upstaged newlywed by proposing to girlfriend in front of them.

Wedding day is one day in someone's life that they do not want anyone to upstage them because it's a one in a lifetime experience where all attentions are on them. Unfortunately, this wasn't the case of this newlywed couple who were unfortunately upstaged by a guest proposal. 

The above picture portrays a wedding guest proposing to his girlfriend right in front of the bride and groom at their reception. The picture was uploaded to Reddit this week by an unnamed user and it has been viewed 1.36 million times. Whether the bride's smile is genuine or strained has been the subject of hilarious debate amongst internet commentators, who are outraged on the newlyweds' behalf. The bride's face is like "B••ch don't spoil my vibe" lol

Friday, 29 November 2013

"I would've made a terrible mistake if i had married another woman" Comedian Seyi Law appreciates wife.

See the picture of comedian Oluwaseyitan Aletile popularly known as Seyi Law in company of his wife. Ebere Cham, way back. Comedian Edo Charles flaunted their old school love on Instagram with the caption "....if dis woman can stay wit dis boss dis time den dis boss deserve to stay with er d rest of his life.." and Seyi Law replied "I wld have made a terrible mistake if i had married another. She is my success story."
I think all men should be careful not to make the wrong choice so they can be proud like Seyi and appreciate what they have. See their recent pix after the cut:

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

"If Men Adopted Polygamy There Would Be Less Domestic Disputes" - Akon (Video)

Akon Says Polygamy Would Help Curb Domestic Disputes Among Married Couples According to TMZ,
Akon believes the idea of a man having to bang one chick for all of eternity is ridiculous and not realistic - and if women could just accept that, there would be far less domestic disputes.  Akon was at LAX yesterday when we talked about the pressures of being in a monogamous relationship. "Women aren't built to mate with more than one party ... men are." He adds, "As a male, we're natural breeders by nature" and women need to take more time to understand how men are built. "At the end of the day as a male we are natural breeders by nature. We can't even escape it if we wanted to."

Doesn't this guy have enough problem managing his ever growing family? How on earth is he ever going to manage more wives? I think he needs to get in touch with reality and don't make people think that all African men are like him. Anyways, watch the video after the cut:

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Watch the best artistic Nigerian couple entrance ever. (Video)

This wedding entrance is awesome and it got me dancing and smiling all through. People are trying to make their weddings memorable and fun and this couple just topped it with creativity in naija style. 
Watch the video after the cut:

Sunday, 16 June 2013

90% Of Nigerian Graduates Say They Cannot Marry A Non-Graduate. (Video)

Hehehe....I have always thought love supersedes all things until i watched this BattaBox interview. Hearing people say love doesn't supersedes low mentality and giving reasons for their opinion really got me thinking. Nigerian woman do not think love supersedes that one oh....but kudos to some men who think they can marry a non-graduate and upgrade her.

"He must be a graduate because i'm a graduate. Love does not supersedes everything, our level of thinking will be different." Says one woman, while another woman said "I don't think i could marry a non-graduate because of the leve of understanding. Maybe if the love is there, but everything will not be possible."

It made me think and realized that most Nigerian graduates are education snobs. So, simply because you are a graduate, you cannot marry someone who is nice with a heart of gold simply because he is a non-graduate and you have got different levels of reasoning., love is now very conditional....ok oh...! 
Watch and enjoy the interview below.

Monday, 27 May 2013

SHOCKING: Should A Woman Divorce Her Husband Over Infidelity & Assault? Watch this video and give feedback.

This is really absurd!
BattaBox made a shocking discovering when they asked numerous women in Lagos Nigeria if a woman should divorce her husband over infidelity and assault. 
"Never! she should not divorce at any cost, divorce is not the solution to any marital problem." says one woman. "Only when the husband is really beating the wife, not when she catches him with another lady...because every man does it."
"I don't think a woman should divorce her husband because the bible is against it." says another woman. "If he is beating her, she should stay away for a while until they get the cause of the beating sorted."

Just for the records, ladies,as far as i'm concerned, it's a myth. ALL MEN DO NOT CHEAT! This mentality of generalization is the reason why men have gotten away with indiscipline. Men are not dogs, they are capable of making sound decisions. They have the ability of staying faithful if they really want to. Let's stop patronizing this act of theirs, let's stop supporting self entitled losers who think it's ok to commit infidelity while these same men will never forgive a woman for same act.
Video after the cut:

Monday, 18 March 2013

Weird: Meet the woman who is married to five brothers and sleeps with them all every night.

Meet Rajo Verma, 21, the woman who is married to five brothers and sleeps with a different one each night. Rajo has a toddler son but has no idea which one of the brothers is the father. She said: "Initially it felt awkward, but i don't favor one over the other"

Guddu,21, who was the first to make her his bride, said: "We all have sex with her but i'm not jealous. We are one big family".

The couple married in an arranged Hindu marriage four years ago and he remains her only official husband.
The custom in their village states that she has to take her husband's brothers as husbands. Bajju,32, Sant Ram, 28, Gopal, 26, and Dinesh, who married her last year when he turned 18.
Bajju said: "I consider her my wife and sleep with her like my brothers." 
Rajo cooks, cleans and looks after 18-months old Jay while her husbands go out to work in Dehradun, Northen Indian.

Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Exclusive Video of Tuface & Annie Idibia's traditional marriage.

Non be small thing e dey hot!

Video after the cut:

Weirdo: 8 years old child marries grandmother's age mate. (PHOTOS)

Just when you think you have seen it all, something weird happens again. An 8-year-old South African boy wed a 61-year-old woman, after he was instructed to do so by the ghost of his ancestor.  Little Sanele Masilela wed Helen Shabangu, who is already married and has five children.
The child, from Tshwane,  South Africa, and his family feared divine punishment had they not followed the instructions for him to marry. “This is the first time this has happened in the family,” said Sanele's mother, 46-year-old Patience Masilela, who works at a recycling center with her new daughter-in-law. “Sanele is named after his grandfather, who never had a white wedding before he died so [he] asked Sanele to get married. He chose Helen because he loves her. By doing this we made the ancestors happy. If we hadn't done what my son had asked then something bad would have happened in the family.”
As for the more than 50-year age difference, Patience was perfectly fine with letting her youngest child get married. “I didn't have a problem with it because I know it's what the ancestors wanted and it would make them happy.”
The family paid  £500 ($744.85, N117,952) for the bride, plus an additional  £1,000 ($1,489.70, N235,903)  for the ceremony, which was put together in two months.
Sanele wore a silver and black suit, while his bride donned a traditional white wedding dress, and carried a bouquet of white and purple flowers.
Images from the ceremony show the little boy looking pretty angry (and possibly confused) about his new marriage status, but he and his mother paint  a different picture. “I told my mother that I wanted to get married because I really did want to,” he explained.

Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Dear readers, My husband infects me with STDs, what should i do?

Am so confused right now.

I'm a lady of 27 years, married with two kids, all boys. My hubby has been cheating with different women. 

I'm not fat,i don't nag him,i try to look good specially for him, i keep my home and my boys clean,so I don't think the fault is from me. 

The worst part of everything is that he always claims that he is single thus promising them marriage. The last lady got so mad that she threatened to kill my kids just to get back at my hubby for deceiving her. 

My hubby doesn't use condoms with them thus they always talk about missing their period which will later come out. yes, I used to see his messages, and again he always infects me with one STDs or another anytime we make love. 

I've already been praying about this but I still need some practical advice so that I can be able to protect my little boys from any revenge-seeking woman friend and also protect my self from contacting HIV. 

He always crys and begs anytime he is caught, but just give him 1 week, he will leave the old girl and get a new one.

Pls help me oo...what do i do?

Monday, 28 January 2013

Nigerian Musician Kicked Out Of Home Weeks After Marriage For Wife Battering.

An upcoming musician, Gbemi Adetuberu, married to Ibadan society lady and interior decorator, Laide, has been booted out of the latter’s apartment allegedly for physical assaults barely three weeks after their society wedding on November 8, 2012, at one of the Akure branches of RCCG. Mrs Olaide Adetuberu reportedly sent her husband, Mr. Gbemi Adetuberu, out of her apartment for allegedlly making the heat in the kitchen unbearable for her with his endless beatings.

It was alleged that Gbemi was seen 20 days after the N4m wedding, beating the living daylight out of his wife in Lagos during an event that had foreign guests in attendance. The interior decorator was said to have kept mum over the battery allegation but eventually did opened the Pandora box after getting the nod of her lawyer. The lady confirmed that she had been through hell in the hands of her husband.

She described her husband, Gbemi, as a violent husband whom she had hoped would change in marriage. Hear her: “He used to beat me even before we got married, but I believed he would change once we got married. I was wrong.”

Saturday, 26 January 2013

Inspirational Thought Of The Day! #Marriage & It's Ups And Downs.

I read this somewhere and decided to share. Enjoy reading and don't forget to learn from it.


I, Sarah Adams take you, Lawson Kuti as my lawful wedded husband, to love and to cherish, in sickness and in health, till death do us part” she smiled at him through her veil.

“You may now kiss your bride Mr. Lawson” The Pastor beckoned.

Lawson’s heart raced as he gently unveiled his bride’s face. She looked so beautiful. He gently bent over and placed a soft kiss on her lips. Sarah in turn embraced him tightly with tears of joy streaming down her face.

“Never leave me Sarah” He whispered in her ear.

“I will never leave you” she whispered and they slowly released themselves from the embrace.

“I present to you the latest couple!” The Pastor exclaimed excitedly

The church cheered and Sarah cried more in her husband’s arms

5 years Later

Friday, 25 January 2013

Ladies..., Be Wise, Be Vigilant & Don't Be At The Losing End.

He won’t use condoms
U use pills… why?
Cos he wants it natural (ovarian cancer n infertility in view )
He gets u pregnant
U have aborted like 5 times….why? 
Cos he is not ready!#gbam
Cos he is tired of natural place for copulation
He moves to ur ass
Saying its tighter
Then u begin to lick n smell ….why?
Cos u want to please and not loose him (ODE)
You av been wearing his engagement ring 4 close to 4yrs
He is not wearing any …why?
Cos he has promised u marriage 
#May God help u#

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Thursday, 27 December 2012

Relationship Issues: Things To Do When Choosing A Life Partner

When it comes to making the decision about choosing a life partner, no one wants to make a mistake. Yet, with a divorce rate of close to 50%, it appears that many are making serious mistakes in their approach to finding Mr./Miss. Right!
If you ask most couples who are engaged why they’re getting married, they’ll say: “We’re in love”; I believe this is the ..1 mistake people make when they date. Choosing a life partner should never be based on love. Though this may sound “not politically correct”, there’s a profound truth here.
Love is not the basis for getting married. Rather, love is the result of a good marriage. When the other ingredients are right, then the love will come. Let me say it again: “You can’t build a lifetime relationship on love alone”; You need a lot more!!!

Here are five questions you must ask yourself if you’re serious about finding and keeping a life partner.

Monday, 17 December 2012

A MILLION BULK QUESTION! MEN, Is This How A Woman Should Submit To Her Man?

After listening to this video, i found a lot of sense in it and a lot of trash as well.

Don't get me wrong, i'm with the notion of "submit to your husband and be his helpmate", but from this video, it seems women are to give up their lives to please the men, give up who they are and their happiness to make the men happy, forget about their feeling and emotions, go through pains just to keep their men. 

Men, i'm a learner and a novice when it comes to relationship matters. So, i want to know if this is how it's supposed to be, If this is how women should submit to their men, and if this is how men should love their women. 

Sincerely, i think this is not sharing and compromising in a relationship, but giving up ones life to make another happy. I just need to know so i can grow.


Sunday, 9 December 2012


I came across this piece online and not sure who wrote
it, but it's a great story with a solid lesson to teach and a reminder to every woman. Please continue reading and don't forget to share…..someone outthere might need this!"Biyi hasn't worked for that long?" Dayo's voice dripswith resentment. "For real?" "He's been trying," I sayin feeble attempt to defend my husband. "You know how the economy is."
…My husband and I had vowed never to bring in a third party into our relationship but with a bank account screaming for revival, I need to share my burden with someone else. I grip the phone. Dayo is unusually quiet. "You still there?" I ask. "Hello?" "I am here," she says. "I just didn't know things were this bad. And all this while, I thought Biyi was providing for the home." But he is, I argue silently. Well, maybe not financially for now, but in every way else, Biyi is a rock. "It's not that bad." My words sound frail. Dayo
clucks her tongue. "You might as well be a widow."
The words hit me like a fist. "Na you I blame," she continues, oblivious to the damage her words have caused. "Me? Why?" She is blaming me for this? Seriously?
"Why do you keep paying the bills?" "Because there is no one else to do it," I protest,
upset. "For real? He drives your car too?" "He needs it," I mutter. "To attend job interviews and stuff. He gets back late sometimes." "How late are you talking? "Nine, ten…ish." Dayo pauses for a second. "I hate to say this gurl, but your husband spending your money on another woman." Whoa! Hang on. Where did that come from? "Haba, Dayo. Biyi would never-" "Look, I know men," she slices in. "You are his moneybag and he will take you for a ride as long as it takes. Where is your dignity, gurl?" Ride. Dignity. Moneybag. Ouch. "But he's a good guy," I manage. Can my husband be using me? It had never crossed my mind in the past, but I now wonder if Biyi is actually having an affair. "I trust my wonderful Dennis…," Dayo is saying. I barely listen. My eyes are on the clock. It's almost midnight and Biyi isn't home. I force myself to hear what Dayo is saying about Dennis Ono, her multimillionaire-oil- company-golden-husband. Gosh I envy her life, her perfect marriage. "My marriage is wonderful," Dayo says, as if in affirmation to my undeclared words. "But only because I show Dennis who the boss is. He cannot try nonsense with me. Abi, you think it's easy to get ten thousand pounds a month as pocket money?" She really gets ten grand a month? That's like, my entire annual salary in my crappy job plus bonuses. Life is unfair. Honestly. "I am Biyi's wife," I say. "I cannot just desert him." Or can I?

Thursday, 29 November 2012

The Societal Marital Pressure On Spinsters (Right or Wrong?)

If Nigeria were to be South Africa or U.S.A., most women will remain unmarried till death. But in a country where 'the society' dictates peoples actions, it will be a huge crime for a lady to remain unmarried. In Nigeria, 'The Society' is a god. People worship 'The Society', people do things to please 'the society'....but in times of difficult situations, 'The society' deserts them. 
The Nigerian Society abhors a 35-year old spinster, she is seen as a failure. She is abused and crucified. In other to satisfy 'The society', she jumps into marriage with the wrong man. Why would you insult a happy 30-year old spinster when wives are killed everyday in their marital homes?
Marriages collapse in Nigeria because of "Forced-Marriage".....most Wives cursed the day they were married...They are wounded Lioness. Nigerian cultures have never been and will never be fair to the Nigerian woman. Ladies should not be pressured into Marriage. Ladies should be allowed to get married to people they truly loved.