If You Have To Take Your Relationship Issues To Social Media To Fix It, Do It –Korra Obidi
Versatile Nigerian dancer Korra Obidi has bared her thoughts about couples taking their relationship issues to social media.
The talented musician said she is in support of such, provided they do it to make love win. Korra stated if it is for love, they should go on social media to resolve their challenges.
“My thoughts on estranged lovers or couples bringing their issues on social media is that love is the ultimate. If you have to table a matter publicly to fix it, by all means, do what you need to. As long as at the end of the day, the love you share is intact. I oftentimes delete and block disrespectful messages. I also sometimes reply them and share their messages publicly for my fans to ‘destroy’ them,” she told Saturday Punch.
Korra added that her husband loves her, and he is the number one fan of her craft, irrespective of how she dresses.
“I wasn’t born with clothes. My natural essence is happiest with less. I am in Los Angeles, United States of America, where it is summer all year long. I don’t need to wear ‘buba’ and ‘gele’ to please anyone. Here, everyone loves you as you are.”
“My husband loves my craft. He is my number one fan and supporter. We are equals. Over here, a woman is not regarded as a piece of property bought by her husband. She is considered his equal. We make decisions together and enjoy each other independently.”
“Our society is a very judgmental one. Freedom is not something most of our women know about, let alone have experienced. I love my people (Nigerians) but if I was married into another family, I doubt that my creative expressions would not be limited.”
“On the other hand, I see relationships like that of my close friend, Jane Mena, and I realise that our men are changing,” Korra noted.