Woman berates ladies for flooding her husband’s DM after she posted his photos

A married woman, Anike Ade has taken a swipe at ladies who are showing interest in her husband after she showed him off on social media.

She had shared photos of both of them wearing traditional attire and tagged her hubby, however, that came with some unforeseen reactions.

Anike revealed via her TikTok that she found out women started send him messages and shooting their shots after their photo went viral.

She captioned; “You tagged your husband acct and diff girls start texting him. Una no dey shame. Single soul and others🌚we dey see una text and we dey laugh at you🥱.”

Watch the video below:


Single soul and others🌚we dey see una text and we dey laugh at you🥱

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Meanwhile, in other news…

CorrectNG recalls that a Nigerian clergyman, Theophilus Ayodeji Obayan once dragged his wife, Prophetess Chibuzor Lilian Obayan to a Grade ‘A’ Customary over alleged infidelity.

The founder of Divine Prophetic Solutions Prayers Ministry claimed that his wife was snatched by a married church worker whom she’s been having an affair with.

Prophet Obayan who is seeking a divorce, also accused the man of marrying his wife unlawfully. He appealed to the court to grant him custody of his four children and to dissolve his 23-year-old marriage.

The cleric said his wife hails from Abia State and she changed the surname of his children to that of her new husband, Prince Abua Obi.

Obayan said: “My wife and I have a ministry in Lagos with a large congregation. But at present, she is married to Prince Abua Obi, a junior worker in our church where both of us led as shepherds.

“My lord, Prince Abua Obi is legally married with children. He and his wife are both workers in our ministry. The couple used to revere us, such that they call my wife and I, daddy and mummy.

“But to my surprise, my wife started an illicit affair with the man and she is married to him now. She re-registered the Church in 2019 and even changed my children’s surname to Obi.”