Twitter Influencer and relationship coach, John Doe has asserted that a man who marries a woman that does not know how to cook would probably die before 60.
He stated this via the microblogging platform, adding that the type of food one eats after they pass 40 years will determine if they live long.
John further spoke on the need for all women to study appropriate dietrary plans and how to prepare healthy meals for their husband.
He wrote; “If you marry a woman that cannot cook, chances that you’ll live longer than 60, is slim.
What you consume after 40, will determine how long you’ll live. Every woman MUST study how to prepare healthy diets, & take control of what her husband eats.
Indomie generation. End.”
Meanwhile, Nigerian movie star, John Okafor popularly known as Mr Ibu has revealed that he longer eats food prepared by his wife, Stella Maris.
He made the revelation while responding to a question about how being poisoned in the past affected his relationship with people also in light of the recent issue with his wife.
Mr Ibu said he stopped eating her food after the incident where she clashed with him and his adopted daughter, Jasmine Chioma over allegations that they were having an affair.
He said that he likes eating a lot but because he no longer trusts her, the only food he consumes now is the one cooked by his daughter.
The Nollywood veteran who has been married before said if he and Stella Maris end up getting divorced he won’t take another wife.
He said in part; I have landed properties, and about 10 cars. I see the women my wife is moving with as being greedy. They have eyes on my properties. They feel like if anything happens to me, my wife would be the one to get everything…
Since the recent incident, my wife has been so loving. But, I know it is all a pretence just to get my attention. I still show her love, providing money for domestic needs and making sure the family is fine. But, I am very skeptical. I cannot eat her food anymore. For now, I only eat from Jasmine’s kitchen. She cooks a lot, and I like eating.
This is my final marriage. If this one falls apart, I won’t marry again. This is my fifth and the worst marriage, because my wife adopted what is not obtainable. This feels like punishment; not marriage. I doubt if I am still in the marriage, because it seems she has already prepared her mind to leave, and I’m not going to stop her. I support her leaving. Each time I see her, I begin to breathe erratically, and it is not good for me, because I am not ready to die. There are opportunities God exposed me to that are of interest to me.