“Women, stop this embarrassment” Blessing CEO slams ladies who wore wedding gown while praying for a husband (Video)

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In a bold and unapologetic statement, self acclaimed relationship therapist Blessing CEO has blasted women who wore wedding gowns while fervently praying for a husband inside a church.

With a tone of disappointment, Blessing expressed her concern regarding what he perceives as an unnecessary and potentially embarrassing practice and desperation.

Blessing shared her thoughts on the topic on Instagram, challenging the significance of women dressing in bridal attire in an effort to find a husband.

She continued by pointing out that there is a big difference between producing material and accepting a false view of marriage.

She made several important points, one of which was that when women openly expressed their great desire to get married, it might diminish their value as women in the eyes of a man.

Her compelling argument challenges women to redefine their approach to finding love and spirituality, urging them to leave behind this perceived embarrassment and discover their true strength as individuals.

According to Blessing, the preacher in charge is giving the women an incorrect perspective on marriage.

Blessing Okoro emphasized that marriage is a partnership between two people, not merely women looking for spouses.

In a recent story, Socialite Pretty Mike berates Blessing CEO’s BBL body, stated that she has the worst BBL ever

Socialite Pretty Mike of Lagos sparks controversy with his recent statement about celebrities that has undergone BBL.

During a recent podcast discussion centered around the intricacies of cosmetic surgeries, the controversial socialite Pretty Mike made a rather bold statement regarding Nigerian entrepreneur Blessing Okoro’s Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL).

Known for his no-holds-barred opinions, Pretty Mike did not mince words when he declared Okoro’s BBL as the worst he has ever seen.

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