Celebrities appear to be wading into the outburst by Annie Idibia, wife of 2Baba, Nigerian singer.

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Annie had slammed her husband for allegedly spending nights with his baby mama on the ground that he was visiting his kids.

This has since prompted celebrities to condemn the idea of bringing relationship problems to social media.

Joining the fray, Harrysong advised his colleagues never to marry women who are fond of social media.

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“If you want to live long and have peace in your home as a married man, do not marry a woman that is heavy on social media; that can’t have the discretion of what to post and what not to,” he wrote on his Instastory.

“Because everything becomes content to attract brands to her.”

In a similar fashion, without mentioning Annie, Nkechi Blessing, another Nollywood actress, cursed those who encourage the use of social media as a marriage court.

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“E no go better for the person wey turn this social media to law court, where couples bring their dirty linen for people who don’t give a hoot about them to have a say in what goes on behind closed doors,” she wrote in Pidgin.

“The person no go die better. No matter how pushed I am you ain’t hearing jack shit from me, I take my L and move the F**k on. God forbid. This Evil app that the devil has hijacked is making marriage look like a bad thing,

“I refused to allow an app that can be deleted tomorrow to take the better part of my life. Never.”

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