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“I don’t believe in the concept of girlfriend” – Layi Wasabi

Popular comic content creator, Isaac Olayiwola, known by his stage name, Layi Wasabi, has revealed that he doesn’t believe in the concept of girlfriend.

The Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards AMVCA winner spoke when he apppearing a a guest on the recent episode of ‘Is This Seat Taken?’ podcast hosted by Chinasa Anukam.

"I don’t believe in the concept of girlfriend" - Layi Wasabi

Layi explained that he prefers using the partnership to the word – girlfriend, being that he starts his relationships with courtship with the intention of it leading to marriage.

He said; “I don’t believe in the concept of a girlfriend. I believe in partnership. I don’t believe in that phase of girlfriends. I start with courtship. I have to see the wife in the person from the beginning.”

The online comedian disclosed that he has only been on four dates in his life. He also said his ideal partner is a tall woman, emphasising that height is the first thing he notices in women.

In other news…

Popular actress, Iyabo Ojo has stated that she and her partner, Paul Okoye also known as Paul O, are enjoying their relationship despite not being married.

The Nollywood star said they she and and the music executive don’t want to get married because they feel that they don’t believe in the institution.

Iyabo, who made this statement during an episode of her TV show, Iyabo Ojo TV alongside veteran singer Charly Boy, stressed that “marriage is overrated.”

She said: “I am enjoying my relationship. I am enjoying it. Luckily for me, he [Paul Okoye] also doesn’t believe in marriage. We feel like it is overrated.”

Charly Boy concurred: “I agree with you that marriage is overrated. My son called me the other day and said, ‘Dad, why can’t people have a contract and say we will just do five years in marriage and if we are lucky and happy, we renew the contract?’

“It sounds funny but you know, there are different coping mechanisms because these days, marriage is not what it used to be when our parents got married. Marriage is a little bit muddled up now. And people are a little bit more individualistic than they used to be before. Nobody wants to serve anybody. Everybody wants to get their own. So, that’s where the problem starts.”

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