Nigerian actor and TV host Akah Nnani has called out his wife following the thrilling moment she surprised him on a movie set.
The actor who shared the lovely moment on his Instagram post was captured screaming in awe after his wife walked into his movie location unexpectedly and gifted him a gold chain.
Akah who couldn’t contain his excitement took to his video caption to beg his wife not to kill him with so much affection…
Akah wrote: “Aaah! I’m shooting and my heart is just beating!! Loll. Heheh! Which kain woman be this! Claire ma kpami naauuu!!???# Is not my birthday ooh! Just because!! Haaaaahhh!!! This woman wanna kee me with looovvveeee!!! I’m mad about you baby! @claireidera I don’t deserve you!!
@iambisola ore mi just dey shout! 😂😂
KFN recalls that Fast-rising Nigerian actor, Akah Nnani took to social media to declare his ownership over his wife’s body revealing he has a say on what she does with it.
The actor made this known via a series of threads where he defended himself following the backlash he received on Twitter after he made a post in which he talked about women’s bodies. Akah said Jesus told him that his wife’s body belongs to him.
Speaking on the backlash he got after he shared his opinion on breastfeeding, the YouTuber said he has the right to dictate when his wife stops breastfeeding for his children.
Read his post:
“I believe in the ‘We’ factor. When my wife breastfeeds, it’s we because I have afforded her the ability to, by washing the dishes, washing the bottles and sterilising them, waking up in the morning to make oats for her and making the process less stressful because of stress..”
“there will be no milk and she may not have the strength to even do it.
In the same vein, When I go out to work, it’s ‘We’ because my wife would take up night duty with the baby so that I wouldn’t sleep in my meetings or while driving on the 3rd mainland bridge. It’s teamwork!”
“I have a say over my wife’s body and what she does with it. At the very least, discuss it. Why? Jesus told me that my wife’s body belongs to me. And my body belongs to her. That’s on that. So all you misandrists screaming at the top of your lungs, scream more.“
“Most of you have had trauma in your life and interpret everything that happens around you with toxic energy. Remove the poison in your heart. Go for therapy. Not every time gaslight. Sit down and have that talk with your partner. And move forward.“