Nigerian businessman Wale Jana, has offered advice to his fellow men regarding the recent marital drama involving Hollywood power couple, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.
Taking to his Instagram page, Wale Jana expressed his admiration for Will Smith’s iconic status in the entertainment industry over the past two decades.
However, he pointed out that the actor’s biggest mistake was marrying the wrong woman, who continually embarrassed him publicly despite his deep and passionate love for her.
Wale Jana questioned how one can handle a situation where their wife openly declares that her true love is someone else, like Tupac, and claims she would never have married her current spouse if he were still alive.
Furthermore, he pondered about dealing with a spouse who publicly admitted to cheating and being coerced into marrying them.
Ultimately, Wale Jana concluded that the most important lesson he learned from this situation is that not all women are deserving of love.
Advising his gender, he told them to avoid women who play hard to get because they most likely don’t like them. He warned them to avoid being a mumu and let them trample all over them.
“Proverbs 12:4 A worthy wife is a crown for her husband but a disgraceful woman is like cancer in his bones.
All of us know Will Smith, he has been one of the iconic figures on our screens for the past 20 years and every year he just gets better!
However I think he made one mistake in his life; he married the wrong woman and he loved her obsessively and passionately and all she gave him back in return was embarrassment, disgrace, and shame. Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars because he industry his wife (now we know they had even been separated for 7 years).
How do you deal with a wife who keeps telling everyone that the real love of her life is Tupac and that if Tupac was alive, she would never have married Will Smith? How do you deal with a wife who told the world she cheated on Will Smith and that she was forced to marry him?
Will Smith on the other hand has never spoken a derogatory word against her, he has treated her with so much honor and respect.
The big lesson for this is that not all women can be loved! Your sacrifices, devotion, success, and years of commitment will not change anything if you are with a woman who is determined to disgrace you at all costs.
Men, please watch out for the red flags. If she’s playing hard to get she most likely doesn’t like you. Walk away! Don’t be a mumu and let her trample all over you! Because once you set that pattern you may have to live that way throughout the marriage”.