Solomon Buchi states, “You are a fool if you marry a woman who twerks online for a living.”

Solomon Buchi, a life coach and author, claims that any man who marries a woman who twerks online in order to make money is foolish.

According to Solomon Buchi, a man who decides to marry a woman who earns her living through online twerking is unwise because she is unfaithful.

On Thursday night, Solomon voiced his thoughts on his X Twitter, stating that a woman who shares images of herself online wiggling her ass cannot possibly be a good mother or wife.

He says that spouses should show themselves without sexual flamboyance, like rare gifts, and that marriage requires basic conservatism.

In his words;

A man who marries a woman who twerks online for a living is a fool. It’s like demanding fidelity from a stripper —or expecting an airplane from a seaport.

Any woman who shamelessly sells sensuality through dance, music, or any other content style has no business getting married, and you have no business marrying her. Why marry a whore and complain she’s a whore?


Marriage demands basic conservatism—wives must carry themselves like priceless gifts, without s3xual flamboyance; modest and worthy of emulation by younger women. Your body belongs to your husband and vice versa, and flaunting it for strangers is gross irreverence for marital sanctity. If she can shake her bum for strangers, she will possibly shake it for a strange man, and the strange man will ‘jokingly’ touch her, and they’ll ’jokingly’ commit adultery.


And you are the fool who married her because you believe that external conduct does not matter. No well-thinking and raised man marries a woman who’s loose and cannot be a good perfect model to his daughters. Unless he’s not committed to the marriage, but if he is, one day, he will get tired and want out. Marriage is not child’s play.


“I know a lady who’s a pr*stitute and has a happy home.”


That’s absolute nonsense! Absolute rubbish. If you’re shaking your bum online, you CANNOT be a good wife and mother. Argue with me, but life doesn’t care about exceptions. Stop defending immorality.”

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