Harrysong, a Nigerian artist, has advised ladies to quit seeking advice on social media. He explained that many content makers are simply seeking for a way to make a life by advising on social media when, in truth, they require assistance.
Harrysong revealed this on his Instagram story, where he recounted a story about a woman who left her four-year marriage and two children because her husband cheated on her. Unfortunately for her, she has now been reduced to the status of a side girl to a married man.
The singer inquired as to whether the woman had made any progress.
“Stop taking Dating Advice on social media ooooooo. It’s from a content creator. Na hustle. They themselves are seeking help.
Married woman left her marriage of 4 years and 2 kids because her husband cheated.
And she’s now a side chick to a married man.
Na progress be that?”.
His post didn’t sit well with many netizens who tackled him on social media.
One Style By Smokie wrote, “Another manipulative way of making women feel like cheating is not a valid reason for leaving their marriages. Please stop! It’s not giving any more
One Justin Andy wrote, “Men can get married at any age, but women once una don cast it’s over. So make una keep it up, women
One Emeka Fab wrote, “The way Africans reduce women eh na wa oo
One Queen Asheyyyynn wrote, “At least she has freedom and peace of mind
One Real Brown Sugar wrote, “Instead of u to advise ur silly gender u’re here gaslighting women. Like we care sef
One Uriah Pretty wrote, “Men stop cheating. Y’all gon learn and learn the hard way. She would rather be a free agent than a caged bird
One King Mitchy wrote, “You don see a quote to justify your cheating SMH!! People should learn to do the right thing and always stop all this capping
One Dazzy Barbie wrote, “It’s now her choice. Since the husband likes a side chick, she turned to one. What’s the grievance?”.