Renowned broadcaster, Nedu Wazobia, has offered a piece of advice to men, urging them to exercise caution when dealing with ladies in the choir, as their outward appearance may not always align with their true character.
During a recent conversation on Naija FM’s ‘Across the Bridge’ show, the outspoken OAP expressed that some choristers may not always possess the godly qualities that many assume they do.
Nedu Wazobia shared a personal anecdote, revealing that he once considered proposing to a choir mistress. However, upon discovering her involvement in immoral activities, he decided against pursuing the relationship further.
The broadcaster’s remarks shed light on the importance of not solely relying on appearances, emphasizing the need to look beyond the surface to truly understand a person’s character.
“I said I want to engage the girl. He said why? He said he gave me the girl to ‘chop’.
“I said no, the girl is a virgin. He shouted ‘Which virgin?’ He said sometimes when they are at all-night rehearsals, they will be on stage. The girl has a guy that comes through the back. He said they will be at the back.
“Sometimes they will hear moaning sounds. When he goes nearer, he would hear the same moaning sound, but much louder. Is that one a virgin?
“My brother, fear every girl wey dey choir. But some are very, very wonderful.”
One of the show host had then queried whether it was only choir girls that should be feared, Nedu replied: “brothers are the worst.”