I wonder what’s going on in the The Balogun house?
I really should look away and continue minding my business but my conscience has gotten the better of me, considering the fact that there are a million of our young ones who are on social media and ‘following’ certain celebrities, seeing them as role models! It’s fast becoming a norm for people to take their problems out on social media… IT’S NOT NORMAL PLEASE!! More so, the married ones! Airing your marital issues on social media, involving the whole world is definitely abnormal. There are a list of professionals that will be willing to treat your situation e.g psychologists, psychiatrists, marriage counselors… Even pastors.
I woke to see that Teebillzz, Tiwa Savage’s husband, was having a suicidal rant on social media… Blaming Tiwa and Co for his trials and tribulations… Like seriously?! At least, thank God he recognizes that he’s problem may be spiritual beyond what he thinks! This is a typical feature of a disgruntled unsuccessful- for- now human being!
Whatever happened to the phrase “Take it to the Lord in Prayer “?!
My 2 cents on the ongoing matter… As much as I hate to be judgemental:
1. If you chose to step down for your wife to pursue her dreams, then why are you complaining. A right thinking hubby should celebrate his wife’s successes.
2. Stop saying you made her to be what she is today… You are not, and can never be God! You were just an instrument God used to assist her then!
3. Stop gaining cheap popularity and cheap sympathy by tearing your wife down… You lose major points!
4. Suicide is never the way out. It only goes to show your true person… Selfish and conceited! It’s only selfish people and complete failures that consider suicide as an option! Give your life to Christ. Jamal and your other kids will never be proud of you, infact they will hate you even after death. Leave good footprints!
5. Stop comparing what you have to what others have. You will continue to be ungrateful and discontented as long as you do so.
6. Now is the time to give your life to Christ.
7. Stop blaming people for failures… There’s still room for change.
Frankly speaking, I’m yet to see a perfect marriage but still loads of right thinking people don’t run to social media to solve it.
This is how I saw the post on Mr Balogun’s instagram page: