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Saturday, May 08, 2021

Reality TV Star Alex Says She Does Not Believe Cooking Makes A Good Wife + Says She Has Apologised To All She Fell Out With...

Big brother Naija Star Alexandra Asogwa aka Alex Unusual says, her future Hubby will understand her opinions on certain things and will not force her to be in the kitchen always as there are no criteria for being a good wife








In an interview with Saturday Beats, Alex said, “I am not a controversial person on purpose, if I have done anything that the media takes seriously, it was not my plan. I don’t like to create drama at all. I am a very confrontational person so I would rather meet you up personally than rant on social media, except the other party takes it to social media or I was not able to reach the person. It is not like I don’t have people that I am at loggerheads with or vice versa but I would rather stay away from people with questionable characters. Being in a reality show has thought me how to understand, as well as ignore people.


“I do not see anyone as a bad person, especially if I have not had a tangible interaction with the person. I also try not to judge people from afar. There are people that I do not speak with at the moment but it is not my fault. I apologise whenever I am at fault and when I’m not at fault. But some people enjoy controversies because it sells them better. They would even like to thrive amidst these controversies. Life is short, why would I want to make it difficult for myself? I can tell you that every person that people believe I am at loggerheads with, I have called them to apologise to them personally. I also apologised to fans when I think I responded to them in a hurtful manner.”


Speaking about some of the expectations saddled on celebrities, Asogwa said, “Everyone has times that money does not come in as it should but people think that celebrities are not humans. We go through everything that any other person goes through too. That we do not open up about all our struggles does not mean we don’t have private problems. There have been times that I have taken a break from social media because I was just overwhelmed by all the happenings around me. Some months ago I was actively involved in the #EndSARS protest because I was tired of all I was seeing around. I do not have any regrets because I believe that life is a lesson. I am handling my life well.”


Alex Unusual also stated that she did not believe cooking was a criterion for being a good wife. She added, “There are no criteria for being a good wife. I also do not agree with the popular saying that women are meant to be homely.


Everyone is supposed to be homely because we all grew up the same way. My brother and I have the same upbringing, so he should also have culinary skills as I do. I know that my future husband would understand my opinions about certain things and would not force me to be in the kitchen always.”



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44 comments:

  1. A woman has a duty to cater for her husband and children. First, a woman has a responsibility to be able to cook well.
    What’s the essence of being a wife and you can’t cook?

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    1. What about knowing how to cook but violent or disrespectful?


      You missed the point she was trying to make...... Knowing how to cook doesn't make you a good wife

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    2. Abeg I know a lady who has been married for over 30 years and can't cook. She's the only one out of her sisters that is like that, but guess what, na she enjoy marriage pass the others.

      No be by cooking, no be by sex game, na by the grace of God

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    3. No one is saking it's by cooking or sex game, but a woman has a duty in the home.

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  2. True. My sister cooks well but she is so disrespectful to her husband.

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  3. If cooking is uour hobby like mine you will not have issue with doing it all the time. I live to cook, no matter the number of people in the house just make sure their is people to eat the meal I can cook at every interval without complaint.

    Let everyone do what work for them.

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  4. She should endeavor to marry a man with the same mindset.

    I remember a white classmate once talking about how her Dad was the cook in their home for the past 20 something years her parents got married. Her Mom didn’t know how to cook and attempted to make chicken the night prior but it came out really rubbery. According to her, her family all ate it while laughing and teasing her Mom not to attempt cooking anymore.

    To some men, cooking is not a big deal. Some see it as stress for their wives and would rather hire a chef to do it.

    Ensure to marry a spouse with the same or similar values, ideals, etc. Makes a huge difference.

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  5. I love u my Unusual Baby. I love how you think.




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  6. Does this girl know the meaning of the word HOMELY? I doubt it, cos if she did she wouldn't make the statement she did.

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  7. All the best to her..but u stare up a controversy between Tobi nd Ceec.

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    1. Mooooooove on!!!!!!@ Oki.

      Life has left you behind o.

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  8. It is not by cooking, good character above all.
    Me I don't like eating out,so cooking is like a hobby.

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  9. I don't like eating out but I am not crazy about cooking

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  10. I know how to cook but I don’t like cooking. I live with my partner who doesn’t know how to cook. I cook maybe 30% of the time, the remaining time we either eat out or order in. Been this way for over 3 years and we have no issues. I pay 50% of the mortgage and bills so why should cooking be my sole responsibility? If we decide to have a child at some point (although unlikely), we’ll probably cook a bit more but, until then, there a million things I’d rather do than spend hours in the kitchen. Before anyone asks, we can afford it as we both have high paying jobs and no kids. We also work very long hours which makes personal time very precious.

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    1. Yours is understandable abeg. Working long hours can become very stressful on the body

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  11. Let’s just Pray to have money jare.If money dey,cook go Dey.My wife doesn’t necessarily have to stress her face with different kinds of steam everyday in the kitchen.God will do me as I want,a wife is supposed to be a Queen and treated like one.

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    1. So if eventually she cooks, she'd cease to be a "queen"??

      Actually, Queens, i mean the women who are of blue bones for real and not the Instagram definition of "queen" don't allow their precious Kings/family to eat the food prepared by another human. Yea they can hang out sometimes or anything like that but real women cook for their men. And why would the "queen's" face be stressed when there's refrigerator and microwave and every other helpful kitchen electrical appliances? Anyway, may God grant the wishes of your heart deary.🌺🌺

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    2. Chisom is queen of autonomous communities you're talking about?

      Royalty(ie a correct queen) comes with the full package of cooks, stewards etc.

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    3. Ode man, it’s easier said than done. Imagine eating out every blessed day and not having a home cooked food. Nothing beats your wife cooking o hmm. Make una reason am well. Ordering out is also fine but damn every day??? Crazy

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    4. Why will you call him ode man because he chooses to honour his wife by not stressing her? Na you be ode.
      Then why should a woman not be a real woman because she doesn't cook or like to cook? I did not see cooking in the definition of who a woman is.
      My humble advice is do you. No do pass yaself. If you have no choice in your home and can't hire a cook, then endure and cook, if not make appropriate alternatives. There is more to a woman than cooking abeg. Men if you are a foodie go for a wife that can cook. But know you can't have it all sha, cos other areas may be lacking.

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  12. Alex, ds is Nigeria. Except u end up marrying Oyibo or marrying some Nigerian guy in Bill Gate or Elon Musk league, where every thing is provided for u, from nanny, stewards/chefs, gardeners, security, drivers, just everything, otherwise, all these ur yarn na wishful thinking. Even if na u be d bread winner, 99.9% of Nigerian men & their families no go ever buy that ur tush ideas at all. Start shopping for a rich guy today to date & marry or divorce & heart break na e get u. Are u indirectly telling us that u are not domesticated?

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  13. Na poverty dey cause this cooking conversation. How many top business men in the country have the time to go home and eat food cooked by their wives? Is it when they travel on business or when they are in business meetings till late in the night that they'll have that time?

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    1. So it's every day they travel and are on the road? Don't deceive yourself nne.

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    2. Na people wey carry poverty for head dey always bring am up in conversations like this to use it to distract the weak minded people. So your husband is always on the road, on a trip, in a meeting et all? Your kids too, they're always not with you as well? Lol.

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  14. I've had conversations with men on this topic and funny enough, those who hammer on this cooking are the struggling ones. The richer class no send at all.

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    1. Exactly!!! There are things that shouldn’t be an issue at all except for poverty and low mentality

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    2. As in poverty stricken mentalities still foaming at the mouth with their dinosaur perspectives.

      The reason why some are so adamant about the cooking is because they feel that is all they can offer and sex.

      At least don't take that from them so they can feel somewhat useful.

      Pity.

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    3. 20:38 go and learn how to cook instead of ranting online. Cooking for your home has nothing to do with poverty. Awon woke gang 😏

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  15. If "future hubby understand" how future kids go understand kwanu?
    You want to mortgage your kids/family feeding to outsiders.
    Hmm, what kills comes from outside o.
    na im be say future hubby go dey chop outside (where snatchers and skimpily waiting to snatch?)
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    1. I don't understand if all this recent shallow and dumb talks from these Instagram noise makers is their new way of feeling woke and all because seriously, it is absolutely one of the most stupid trend they've once again invented. Imagine not loving your innocent kids enough to cook for them, imagine not having your kids yearn for their mother's cooking because they're sort of far from home, imagine your kids not begging you to cook a certain meal for them because it's their favorite
      imagine husband not eating a food prepared by his beloved wife. And of all people, it's Alex that's seeking attention with this kind of talk? Lol. How are you homely if first of all you can't feed yourself and your loved ones with good food? Tcheeew! Enwero m efe this nonsense biko.

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  16. I’ve seen & heard marriages that crashed as a result of d wives not taking care of d lichen. Trust overzealous side chicks, they took over d guy’s feeling & he was providing d money for upkeep as his second home. At a time, he couldn’t hide it any more bcoz he was done with his marriage. People blamed d lady no be small.

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    1. ...kitchen...

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    2. It's not even about the side chic aspect sef, why woman no go cook for her husband and children? What's the meaning of that one? So many lazy, wicked and entitled females hiding under the dumb umbrella of "woke". Most of them no de contribute shi shi o, it's to fvck, bill their men up and look washed up and clownish that they know. Talking trash since the annoying days of,"we are woke".

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    3. My dear leave matter. I know of women who cook like champions yet their marriages still crashed.

      I enjoy cooking for my family but it takes a whole lot more to keep a marriage.

      I have a brother who is always at mama Put joint. Yet the kind of gifts he showers his wife with, me with all my cooking I no get.

      Infact what I find so hilarious is when the wife calls and tells him to bring take-away for her. Lol

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    4. Chisom, you've said it all. It's just so ridiculous.

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  17. Alex one advise, marry someone who shares same thought process. A 'traditional man' will have certain expectations.

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  18. I cook very well but my boo doesn't even let me cook. He does 70% of the domestic jobs cos I work long hours and barely rest. He prefers I rest than sweat it in the kitchen. He has more time than me, and cleans everywhere before coming to pick me up at work. I'm so blessed to have him and don't take his love for granted. I spoil him silly whenever I can and love him with all my heart.

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    1. Awwwww...... This sounds so sweet 😍😍😍😍

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    2. God bless tou too for appreciating his love for you and bless him too for loving you so much. Cook oo, no cook depends on the couple, everyone should do what works for them

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