-63B5D53BB4DBC007517C2B9F8545E693 My Wife cries when I'm not around-Basketmouth

My Wife cries when I'm not around-Basketmouth


Popular Nigerian comedian Bright Okpocha also
known as badket mouth in an interview with
Encomium opened up on the low moments of
his marriage and how he overcomes them..
Read below:
What are the low moments of your marriage,
and how have you been able to manage?
Mine is different because of my job. The low
moments are times when she would cry
because I wasn’t around. These times has been
difficult for us. There was a time I travelled out
of Nigeria for two months. Although during the
period, I came to Nigeria three times, and
when I was about leaving the next day, she was
crying profusely.
How do you make-up?
Gifts. And whenever I am in the country, we
have fun together. Like now, she’s here with
me. She follows me to everywhere I go. I am
also a houseboy, whenever I’m home, I do not
leave the house. I spend every moment with
my family; my wife and the kids.
What are those chores you do at home that
people don’t expect?
I cook. I try, I can’t really say I’m a good cook.
But I cook for my family.
Advice to other couples?
I’m not that experienced to start giving advice
to older people but, everything centres on love
and understanding in every relationship. Look
at our parents, after 30-40 years of marriage,
they are still together. Then, you ask yourself,
what are they doing right? What are they doing
wrong? Then, you find out that they are patient
and tolerant. Our parents are tolerant but
children of today are not. We’re more materiali-
stic, no genuine love. I think, we should learn
from our parents. If not that my dad had
passed on; he would still be married. Don’t just
marry somebody because she’s pretty or she’s
from a rich family.

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