BBNaija winner, Phyna tenders apology for calling men ‘cheap’

Winner of the 7th edition of Big Brother Naija, Josephina Otabor aka Phyna, has subtly apologised over her recent comment about men.

Recall that in the latest episode of her podcast, Spill With Phyna, the reality star asserted that men are “cheap” when it comes to sexual relationships.

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Phyna had explained that most guys mostly are often over excited when women make slight advances towards them.

She also said a lot of men are married to women who approached them, and noted that guys cover their insecurity by shaming ladies with their body counts.

But her comments did not sit well with netizens and they criticised he on social media, leading to a sober reflection.

Commenting on a viral clip of her podcast on microblogging site, Twitter (X), where she made the statement, Phyna admitted that what she said was not good.

The 26-year-old brand influencer wrote: “I don see am. Wetin I really talk nor good.”

In other news…

A Nigerian woman identified as Ramat Ibrahim, has divorced her estranged husband, Ibrahim Ayinla, on the grounds of lack of love.

An Area Court in Centre-Igboro, Ilorin, Kwara state on Wednesday, January 24 dissolved the marriage between the couple which has lasted for a total of 25 years.

The petitioner informed the court that she was scared of going to the respondent’s house, alleging that he was fetish and partial towards her co-wife, hence her insistence on divorce.

Ramat, however, said she did not have a job and no visible means of livelihood to cater to the children. She, therefore, requested that the children remain with the respondent for now.

Ayinla told the court that he agreed with the petitioner’s decision on divorce and did not want to ever see the wife in his house again, to avoid further allegations.

The Presiding Judge, Hammad Ajumonbi said the statement by the petitioner, Ramat, indicated that all efforts to reconcile with her husband had failed.

Delivering judgment, Ajumonbi, therefore, dissolved the marriage, which was conducted in the Islamic religion. He said the first and second children were adults and as such, had the right to choose who they wanted to live with.