Former Presidential Aide, Reno Omokri has stated why side chicks look hotter than the main wives in Nigerian marriages.
Omokri’s notoriety blew over when he became the avant-garde for social issues in Nigeria. He was described as a social commentator that shared his unhindered opinions on twitter and Instagram.
In his recent advisory spree, Reno shares his insights on marriage and secret affairs especially for men. He digs deeper into the facades of having a side chick and relationship outside marriage.
According to him, side chicks have all the time to prepare and look good for the man ahead of their meeting which is why they seem to look perfect. At best they have no marital obligations and are independent and accountable to nobody but themselves.
Reno Omokri took to twitter and expressed thus;
“Dear men, your side chicks look hotter than your wives only because you don’t live with them. You only see them when they are perfect with their makeup. Don’t leave a wife because of a hot side chick.
Her hotness is a mirage that will disappear once you start living with her. By the time you enter the toilet after she exits, and see her true face when she wakes up in the morning, and hear her belch once or twice, the scales will fall from your eyes and you will realize you have jumped from frying pan to fire”
See his post below;
Side chicks look hotter than wives because you dont live with them. You only see them when they perfect their makeup. Dont leave a wife for a hot side chick. Her hotness is a mirage that will disappear once you start living with her!#FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) February 10, 2020
In other words, Reno is advocating for Men to stay faithful to their wives and that side chicks are no better than what they have. In a usual fashion, some online observers took the hit and went on to challenge the advice, but women are giving him a nod.
This counsel comes as no shock to his followers who are used to getting free tips and insights from the revered social king who prides himself in leading Nigerians forward outside political terrains.