We’ve all seen it happen before like the time when Peter Okoye proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Lola Omotayo, with a brand new Range Rover. Nigerians, especially Nigerian women, made them the new standard for which their relationships should aspire to imitate.
With Davido and Chioma, we watch it repeat itself all over again four years later.
While showing public affection is not necessarily a bad thing, you may want to reconsider having the couple made your ‘relationship goals’.
Here are four reasons why Davido and Chioma are not the couple to aspire to be:
1) Your relationship will be a secret for five years or more
We may not all be big on PDA but no one wants to be kept a secret while you flaunt your baby mama’s on social media.
2) Your boyfriend will not be faithful
Yes I said it! Davido has not one but two baby mama’s and all within the past five years which means that during the entire duration of their relationship he not only cheated on her but fathered children with two different women.
Unless you’re interested in being the main chick with your boyfriend having multiple flings, baby mama’s and children then I think it’s best you reconsider your definition of relationship goals.
3) You will lose the right to a private life
While it may seem appealing to trend on social media, have your face plastered on websites and blogs, the actual reality of it can be quite daunting.
Whether Chioma likes it or not, she has become the property of the public and has lost the right to privacy. Whatever she does now will forever be observed with keen interest of Nigerians. Let’s not forget that her relationship will be under a lot of scrutiny too.
4) You will always be known as an extension of your partner
For most Nigerian females aspiring to be in Chioma’s position where a big music star showers them with a 45 million naira Porsche and a song dedicated to them.
It may sound like a dream but it can quickly become a nightmare when you try to advance your career but sadly are always referred to as “Davido’s girlfriend” rather than “Chef Chioma”.