- Hitting back at a man who mocked him with his failed marriage, Do2dtun told him that he would be a better man with his mother
- Netizens reacts following Do2dtun’s clap back, reminding the troll that marriage isn’t a standard used in judging the success of an individual
On-air personality Oladotun Ojuolape, often known as Do2dtun , has ruthlessly replied a troll who taunted him with his failed marriage.
Unfazed by the insensitive comment, Do2dtun skillfully shut down the individual with a very sharp response.
Recall that the media personality is separated from his wife, Omotayo after she filed for divorce in 2022.
In a heated debate on twitter, a man had slammed Do2dtun for his failed marriage.
The troll claimed that the Cool FM OAP hadn’t learned how to maintain his marriage and treat his wife at the public university he had attended.
“And the public university you attended didn’t teach you how to keep your marriage and how to treat your wife?” the troll asked.
Replying him, Do2dtun wrote:
“I will do better with your mum”
Unexpectedly, many supported Do2dtun noting that a failed marriage is not the standard for judging success.
Obmax wrote, “Is marriage yardstick for measuring success or responsibility?
One Mheenarh wrote, “Trying to troll a person with a failed marriage is cràzy
Saint Ndoo wrote, “Only in Nigeria u see people mocking someone for a failed marriage, for not being able to conceive for having only female kids. For being a single parent, for having an accent from their tr!be. Una odd true true”.
Do2dtun had gotten married to D’banj’s sister, Omotayo in 2013, blessed with two children before the marriage crashed.
The couple separated after Do2dtun’s wife filled for divorce, accused him of forced abortion, domestic violence, and emotional abuse.
According to court records, the OAP compelled his wife to terminate her third pregnancy, stormed her Abuja residence with some policemen and forcefully broke into her premises, harassing her gateman and staff.
Despite the fact that their divorce has not yet been formalized, the court has granted the former couple shared custody of their children.