Daddy Freeze Harps On Checking Your Partner’s Phones And Mail… Here’s Why!
Daddy Freeze has advised people in relationships especially those who want to progress to the commitment phase, to check their partner’s phone and mails to be sure they are not alone in the relationship.
The media personality who recently tied the knot with his long time fiancée, said this while reacting to the story of a taxi driver who dropped his girlfriend off at the park, not knowing she was travelling for her wedding.
A twitter user had narrated the story thus:
“My Uber driver started crying this afternoon on the trip because his babe of 3 years that he dropped at the car park on Tuesday got married to someone else on Saturday. You people need to stop destroying others like this, it’s too wicked abeg.”
Reacting to the tweet, Freeze said it is important for people in relationships to check their partner’s phones and e-mails so they will be aware if they are being cheated on or there are deep secrets they are keeping from them.
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In his words:
“When you date someone and want to progress to the commitment phase, stop forming oyinbo westernized.
Check their phones, emails, BVN, passports visit their parents & acquaint yourselves, post pictures where you are doing better PDA, call them; ‘my wife’ or ‘my husband’ in public posts on social media especially Facebook, sponsor the posts if you can. Anyone wey no gree to the above na suspect, break up before dem breakfast you.”
Also reacting, Seun Kuti revealed he also investigates a person when he loves them but he fears his phone being checked because his phone is a “nuclear device”.
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“Na that phone checking I dey fear because my own phone na nuclear device. So I’m going private investigator. If I love u I need to watch u! Even god knows we need watching.”