GOOD day, Mr. Wale, I don’t want to disclose my name in this text because of some personal reasons. I have been in a relationship with a guy for over four years now and he never gives me the right to come to his place without prior notice of the day and time. The serious of it is that he’s a liar, a cheat and he’s never truthful to me, which I know myself. There was a day I saw in his phone a lady’s number he saved as ‘Baby Joy” whereas my name is saved as just my name, Lisa. Mr. Wale, I love him but I have lost my faith in him. Tell me, what do I do?
Tell you what you should do? For God’s sake, you girls just never cease to amaze me. A guy treats you like some junk the cat dragged in, tramples all over your dignity as a woman and you still say you don’t know what do? If you were my kid sister, I would not hesitate to spank you for this. How could you be so naieve? You say a guy is a liar and a cheat and you could never go to his uninvited, yet it didn’t occur to you to drop him like bad habit?? I also ask this question, what is it with girls and bad boys? Why are you always stuck in love with the boys that bring you nothing but bad news? Its pretty obvious this guy doesn’t give a hoot about you, neither does he care about your feelings, so why would you claim you love him? You want my candid advice? Delete him from your memory, he doesn’t deserve the smallest space in it!
Hello doctor Love, please, I beg you in God’s name, keep this very confidential. Do not publish my number for any reason. My problem is a very simple one- I’m in love with my husband’s friend! My husband and I have been married for close to two years now. The marriage is blessed with a baby girl whom we both love so much. We have our own little issues but we always find a way to sort things out. In all, the marriage is okay. But problem started for me when a friend of my husband came over to visit. I had never met him before. He had been stationed in Port-Harcourt until work brought him to Lagos. See, I don’t know which part of him I love the most. He is not too tall but very cute looking. Whenever he looks at me with his sexy eyes, I melt inside of me. But I think the part about him that I love the most is that he is very intelligent and respectful. Unlike my husband who shows little regard for women, Jide (that’s his name) respects women and he often shows it in the way he talks to me when he’s around. And he’s also not a flirt like my husband. Whenever my husband talks rudely to me in his presence, he speaks candidly to him and scolds him. He tells him to accord me some respect especially when there’s a third party in the house. He is such a perfect gentleman. The thing is that Jide doesn’t even know I’ve fallen madly in love with. There is no day I don’t look him up on his Instagram page to check out his handsome face, though I don’t leave messages. Wale, what do I do, this feeling is driving me crazy!
Crazy ko, insane ni! Madam, are you okay at all? You had better ‘Calm down’ like that little boy in the video advised. Get a hold of yourself and of your emotions, abeg. Are you listening to yourself at all? You are in love with your husband’s friend and you want my advice! So, what do you expect me to tell you now, that you should cheat on your husband and sleep with the guy? See, the only advice I will give you, and a very candid one at that, is this; find your way to Berger, get on that express that leads to Ibadan and ask people to direct you to a place called MFM Prayer City. When you get there, just submit yourself to any of the workers you meet and tell them you need deliverance fast. If they want to remind you that all religious activities have been suspended because of Covod-19, tell them exactly what you’ve told me, I’m sure they will drag you straight to the deliverance ground. I won’t be surprised if they put a call through to Dr. Olukoya for you, that there’s a woman with them who is under a spell and is bent on destroying her marriage with her own hands! And you call what you’re feeling love? It is pure madness, nothing more, nothing less! See, you had better purge yourself of that fatal lust growing inside of you before it gets you into a mess you will regret for life.
Dear Wale, I have a boyfriend whom I have dated for two years now. We visit each other once in a while. We haven’t had sex and the highest money he’s ever given to me is N1000. He is rich but he doesn’t take care of me, now he is talking about marriage, what do you think I should do? Please, help me, my name is Angel, and please conceal my number…
My dear Angel, this is a rather tricky situation you are in at the moment. The first thing that’s going through my mind after going through your mail is, is this guy for real? Somebody who hasn’t attempted to show you how special you are to him via material or monetary gifts once in a while despite that he’s rich like you said, what’s the guarantee that he is being sincere? Could this be a ploy for him to get in between your legs? Could this be his own way of getting you to let down your guard? Or could it be that he’s been testing your sincerity all this while, trying to be sure if you want him for his money or if your love is real? It is difficult to tell what’s going on in his mind right now. The only way to find out is for you not to get over excited right now and jump right into his arms. You must take your time to study him some more. You must watch his every move. Ask him questions. Ask him why he treated you like didn’t mean much to him all this time and now he’s suddenly asking for your hand in marriage? Ask him to tell you what has changed about you or about him. You can call me so we can talk some more. I need to get some more background information about your relationship. But for now, do not get carried away, take your time to study him and every move he makes. If he keeps bringing up the issue of marriage, tell him to give you just a few weeks to think about it.