No matter how much their children resemble their fathers, married men should enable their children to undergo Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) testing, according to media personality-turned-actress Destiny Amaka.
Amaka repeatedly emphasized the value of DNA, arguing that, in contrast to offspring from a lawfully married wife, most children from side chicks are frequently more closely linked to the father.
SHE WROTE: “MY BROTHERS AND UNCLES AND COUSINS ALL KNOW HOW I DEAL WITH THIS. FUCK EMOTIONS AND SENTIMENTS OH MEN! I DON’T CARE HOW LONG YOU’VE BEEN MARRIED I KNOW WHY I’M SAYING THIS OOOO UNLESS YOU DON’T CARE. NIGGA GO DO DNA TEST FOR ALL YOUR CHILDREN PERIOD.! EVEN IF YOU FEEL THE CHILD LOOKS LIKE YOU, MY FRIEND WILL YOU GO AND DO DNA! LOOK KWA! HMMM LET ME NOT TALK TOO MUCH BUT AFTER A WHILE, THEY WILL START SAYING THE CHILD LOOKS LIKE A DISTANT RELATIVE BLAH BLAH BLAH
“BETTER TO HAVE PEACE OF MIND THAN TO DOUBT AND IF CHILD AIN’T YOURS IF YOUR HEART CAN HANDLE IT BIKO CONTINUE TO BE A GOOD PARENT TO THAT CHILD.
“SOMETIMES THAT SIDE CHICK THAT BORN FOR YOU AND YOU DO DNA TEST FOR BUT ABANDON THE CHILD BECAUSE YOU DON’T WANT TO BREAK YOUR MARRIAGE BIKO THAT CHILD IS PROBABLY MORE RELATED TO YOU THAN THE ONES BORN IN YOUR HOUSE. DEAR MEN, GO DO DNA FOR ALL YOUR CHILDREN. E GET WHY! HMM.”
Amaka urged women to open up as regards the rightful father of a child even if who seems to be a father might actually not be.