If God blesses you with a wife that is very appreciative of you and accepts you wholly --- gratitude and praise should never leave your tongue for the highest.
A married woman has dragged her husband into the mud of body shaming by claiming that he has a very small cassava on live radio that was being streamed on Facebook Live.
According to the wife, her husband is a very responsible and good man who takes very good care of her but she's not satisfied with his bedmatics because of his small cassava hence she wants a divorce.
She reiterated that her husband has the smallest cassava compared to all her former lovers and as a result, managing his husband's cassava is simply impossible, and to avoid cheating and adultery she's rather choosing to divorce.
Social media users who chanced on the video blasted the lady for being insensitive and uncivil in her approach to dealing with her marital woes.
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