Nigerian actor, Uche Maduagwu has taken to his social media platform to allege that two Yoruba movie actresses are on the verge of losing their matrimonial homes.
The renowned thespian made this allegation on his Instagram platform on Thursday afternoon.
According to Maduagwu, two prominent Nollywood actresses are currently having marriage crises because they earn more than their husbands.
Writing further, the actor added that men who are intimidated by their partner’s wealth should go for counseling.
He had this to say on Instagram:
“Dear men, there is absolutely nothing wrong in #DATING or being MARRIED to a woman that is RICHER than you, it is called REALITY and not an abomination.”
“90% of #marriages break up for #Nollywood because of this, right now two Yoruba Nollywood #actress marriage is at the verge of breaking up because the popular actress makes more MONEY than her husband, some men are so INSECURE.
If your partner’s wealth intimidates you or you think it makes you feel less like a man, then you need counseling, her massive wealth no be the problem, Na your insecurities that are.”
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