Liha Miller, the wife of Ghanaian musician Patapaa, has stated that a lady who goes to clubs and spends hours on Tik Tok is not a bad wife.
Marriage, she believes, does not require a woman like her to forsake her taste for things that make her happy.
Liha Miller defended her decision to go to the club and be active on social media in response to the rumor about the fractures in his marriage to Patapaa.
She claimed that her social activities did not take her away from her wifely duties and obligations, and so did not make her a terrible wife, as was widely assumed.
“I hear a lot of stories,” the narrator continues.
Liha, you’re married and going to the club.
Is it true that I’m going to the club with your money?
Is there anyone I’m hurting?
I’m going out on my own dime.
So the only people who can discuss it are my parents, Patapaa’s parents, or Patapaa’s parents.
“Just because I go to the club doesn’t make me a bad person compared to someone who goes to church.”
Even when I go to the club, I see other married people.
That’s not to indicate the person isn’t married or a bad person.
“Just like when I’m doing TikTok, you might just see my fingers in one spot.” If I remove this ring now, it does not indicate I am no longer married to the individual. Every marriage has difficulties.
“Every partnership experiences ups and downs… You cannot, however, argue that the person is not married because they are now making a movie and have removed the ring. This is not true. Some people are even married yet do not wear wedding rings… As I already indicated, people will always find something to say.”
Source: Christopher Agbodo Ranson / Virgin Blogger / www.kingdomfmonline.com