9ice tackled for apology to his wife after previously bragging about not being able to stay with one woman
Nigerian musician Alexander Abolore Adegbola Akande known as 9ice is under heavy criticism.
9ice posted a video to apologize to his wife following a video of him caressing a lady’s breast while warning other men to stay away from her went viral.
A previous video has now emerged of 9ice bragging about not being able to stay with one woman.
In the video, 9ice stated that he tells his partners that there will be other women and wants to have 20 children.
9ice also stated that a lot of women will be without a husband if he only marries one.
9ice is dis you????pic.twitter.com/mJQejvYYyj
— Dapsy (@symplyDAPO) November 21, 2020
Nigerians took to social media to bash 9ice for his previous actions, see below
If it was 9ice wife that cheated and the video leaked, then she came to sm to make an apology video with soundtrack, would 9ice have accepted her back? We live in a patriarchy society🤦♀️
— Yettiegold (@yettiegold06) November 22, 2020
Old video of 9ice bragging about not being able to stay with one woman shared online.
This is coming after the singer apologized to his wife, shortly after a video of him caressing a lady's boobs and also warning other guys to stay away from her surfaced online pic.twitter.com/Ofep2JGqjV
— GoldMyne (@GoldmyneTV) November 22, 2020
If truly 9ice wants his wife to forgive him after a very 9ice cheating video then why didn't he forgive his ex wife Toni Payne when he accused her of same even though there was no evidence. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. Just thinking tho 🙄🤔🙄 pic.twitter.com/top4HQmyFE
— Dj Cinch (@dijaycinch) November 22, 2020
– OAP – N6 chastises – 9ice pic.twitter.com/QRwYK2xt3e
— Postsubman (@Postsubman) November 22, 2020
9ice scandal came out 2-3 days ago. And 2 days ago he promoted his new song saying people should promote it the same way they are promoting his scandal.
Two days later he is manipulating his wife and society.
— PeterRock: webDesign + UI/UX (@PeterROCK_) November 21, 2020