“There’s Nothing wrong with frying plantain for your husband hours after dad’s death” – Uche Ogbodo

I Now Eat Things I Would Hardly Ever Eat At Odd Hours – Uche Ogbodo Laments About Pregnancy Cravings

Actress Uche Ogbodo has stated that there is nothing wrong with a man asking his wife to cook for him hours after she received the news about her father’s death.

Uche said this in an Instagram post on Saturday, December 30, while exerting her thoughts after an X user claimed his dad requested food from his wife, despite knowing his father-in-law had passed away.

The X user identified as Uche wrote:

“The day my Grandpa died, my mum was disheartened about the loss of her father, my dad came back from work, asked her if she heard the news early and asked her to go fry plantain for him.”

READ ALSO
I Wept After The Court Dismissed Bisola’s Case Against Me- Coza Pastor In New Video

Screenshot 20231230 130613

When asked if his mother eventually fried the plantain, Uche said he (Uche) fried it.

Responding to the tweet, Uche Ogbodo opined that the man did no wrong by asking his wife to cook for him. The actress wrote:

READ ALSO
Actress Uche Ogbodo replies trolls attacking her for sharing boobs photo

And so? What is wrong with frying plantain for your husband? Do you want him to join your father too?”

Screenshot 20231230 131450

The actress’ statement generated backlash from Instagram users who accused her of being insensitive.


Defending her statement, Uche Ogbodo added:

“Hours after! Could have been 24 hours sef! Your lots are lazy and don’t love your men. If you love your man, you will find food and give him before he asks. Men have really suffered in this world.”

READ ALSO
Mary Njoku, others celebrate Uche Ogbodo after tying the knot with her younger boo



Stay Connected , follow us on: Facebook: @creebhillsdotcom, Twitter: @creebhillsblog, Instagram: @creebhills, Pinterest: @creebhills Telegram: creebhills


Follow my blog with Bloglovin
To place an advert/sponsored post on our site, contact us via [email protected]