Model and singer Annjay Chioma, has weighed in on the much celebrated Valentine’s Day which is celebrated all over the world today, February 14.
According to the musician who is also into beauty business, good and genuine humans are hard to find these days, so anyone lucky to have one in his or her life should hold them tightly with much respect.
Taking to her Instagram page, Annjay wrote: ‘If you have a good wife please respect and treat her well. Good wives are hard to find these days. On the other hand, if you have a good, responsible husband please respect and take care of him well. E get why? This is my 2cent.”
Annjay had earlier reacted to the rate at which celebrities marriages crash, especially in Nigeria.
The petite but pretty artiste in a recent interview expressed her view on the husband-snatching palaver trending in the entertainment industry.
“I do hear that all female celebrities are wayward, but that’s a bit far from the truth. Everybody can’t be same. Why always female? Who tells the public it’s only women that are wayward? Let’s balance this up by adding males too. Again, I don’t know why some celebrities are always flaunting their relationship on social media. It is a no-no for me. You kiss, you post; you take bath together, you post. Ah! Why? Then you should show the world your intimate part too to complete it. I will show the man in my life to the public at the right time, and it’s not going to be every time. We both don’t like flaunting our relationship online because it kills the more. Being private and hiding are not the same. Too much exposure on social media brings nothing to a relationship but pains,” she said.
Annjay also took a swipe at her colleagues who hold grudges against each other despite being in the same entertainment industry.
She agreed to the general belief that there is so much enmity in the industry.
Hear her: “It is true, Simi even said same thing a few days ago, there’s so much hatred in this industry. But is there anywhere in the world that people don’t have enemies? Even in families, enemies are there. Among friends there are enemies. It’s not just in the entertainment industry; enemies are everywhere, but we should learn to love ourselves. People are dying silently everyday.”