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Dont Mean To Start A Tribal War:But Is This True About Yoruba Guys ?

I have heard this several times and I dont know how true or how false it is

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They don't just cheat but are Proud and Boast about it.

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Maybe they are afraid of practicing pologamy in public hence the cheating.

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that was a dumb post because every tribe in Nigeria cheats, every race in the entire universe cheats fool

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U knw dis thread jusj resurrect my age old puzzlement. If women are constantly bitching and moaning about men cheating, WHY D HELL ARE U PPLE HUSTLIN 2 GET MARRIED? If i had such an issue wit women i wouldnt marry any! Somewhere deep down u knw u just fooling urself. We will marry as many and DO as many babes as we can. If u no like am go jump inside lagoon.

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@Negro, e be like say wole soyinka na ur mentor!

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ehrrrm eww, thanks for the glorious information

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lmao!

at momennt my compass is pointing in NY.

mon lo sun jare. . .orun wakati merin kin to ji jade lo. Olorun ji wa re!

we talk tmrw. gd nite and gd morning. lol!

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"roaming eyes'. . .whats inhuman about checkin out a beautiful woman? . . . even if u're married. Can u honestly tell me that a married woman automatically stops finding other men attractive?

IMO there is nothing wrong with "roaming eyes". Roaming pe.n.iss, maybe. . but not eyes

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sista mi. . .marriage doesn't stop u from being human. Does it?

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So the married man did not intend to carry on with the other girl? He's married, why are his eyes still roaming?

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well. . .I will say it is short sighted. calling it cheating is, again, questioning the intent!

the line that separates manslaughter from murder is very thin . . .and it begins with 'intent'.

his intent by sampling the flock is not to hurt the wife at home but rather to be guarded in his decision making so that the addition of the new comer does not disturb greatly whatever harmony was already established in that household. the new bride's ways and mannerisms takes time to uncover. she must be a supplement to the existing members in the household. . .so in the time it takes to fully assess and arrive at decision, yes, it is wise to be discretionary with her identity so far that it is not done with a malicious intent.

the cheater on the other hand is intending to disrupt and cause disharmony. the action is malicious and so is the thought, discordant at best, that went into the initial contact when this act of immorallity took off.

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Hmmm if you didnt bring your new girl to show your wife the first time you met her, before dating her, then heck that's cheating.

Does wife know what you're doing?! EHRRM NO!!

I fear for naija marriage sef

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she knows I only advocate but not a practicing polygamist.

any woman is better off with a polygamist. . .the devil u know is better than the one you don't know!

u don't know what that cheater is doing behind your back. . . he could be fuc-king another man and you don't know it.

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haha. I didnt read the whole thread. I just read ur post and probably took it out of context. I thought u just meant that liberalism, by definition, was bad news.

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krayola,

no need to turn something so simple into an academic study.

ordinary interaction is telling a nice looking woman 'i like your dress, fits nicely on you'. Bias and Sensitivity creeps in when she misinterpretes that as a sexual comment and complains of harrassment.

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@ negrontns. . .  isn't that the general trend of cultural evolution. . . . ? what's the issue here? I don't get it. What is "ordinary" interaction? If i dropped u in the middle of red-neck USA, u being called a "nigger" left right and centre would be "ordinary" interaction. . .  isn't it all relative?

@ OP. Yoruba guys all cheat like crazy. YES!! We are all a bunch of good for nothing dogs. Thats why we are the best in bed. If u wanna get poked real good, holla @ Segun, Dayo, Tunde, Ibukun, Femi etc. . .forget about Emeka, Nnamdi and Chibuzor  etc.  Reinforce the stereotype. Anyone silly enough to subscribe deserves to be misled

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oh if you think I use big grammar wait till redsun get in here.  lmao!

well. . .talking of developed nations, I cherish their struggle in every way, including sometimes personal sacrifice, to uphold the right to free speech. lately, due to broadspread of liberal ideas into mainstream circles, free speech is slowly being replaced by 'free tongue'.

bias and sensitivity issues, pushed by both civil liberties union and feminine rights advocates, have made it extremely difficult to interact ordinarily without the possibility of being labeled as anti-social or at worst, referred for 'sensitivity training'.

how soon do you think it would be before the society is de-sensitized and what shocks us today as immoral and intolerable in an infidelity case is reversed and accepted as the norm?  very soon my dear, in developed nations, polygamy will be as valid a civil right as homosexuality is.

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i knew u must be one crase man cos i laffed truout yesterday readin ur posts

wht was ur original ID

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Banned by what and for what? Icons don't get banned, they sleep and ressurect. Except I was never banned to begin with.

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Yoruba dudes are no different from other dudes.

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LOL, Dont castigate me for thinking that your post is wrong. . . . My opinion stands, polygamy is another form of cheating jare. In a developed country, dnt you think most cheaters will want to marry their their hoes/whores?

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lol. . .of course hell will break loose the moment the wife is told that another wife is joining the household. a man must always handle his business in the most forthright manner possible. we are not perfect but something that significant has no room for error. so he needs to disclose upfront before his first marriage and let the bride know that he will be a practicing polygamist. this way she is prepared and ready to handle the moment of truth when it happens.

but because men have gone through successfful stages of 'sissification' by women that demand their men bake cookies and mop floors . . .nowadays, men are cowered into handling business with tepidation, fearful it will upset madam.

he forgets that madam is a roller coaster of moods. . .everything is upsetting to her. so. . .yes, men need to share that propensity for polygamy before the first wife, not after.

I am an advocate of polygamy and I maintain that its not cheating. there is planning and deliberation going into it. its not a spontaneous action like infidelity is.

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But isnt the polygamous wife hiding the other woman while the other wife doesnt know.

Until hell breaks loose. . . .

I mean, you really think the first wife would sit there and watch another woman getting ready to share her hubby's bed?

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Gator,

you are not wrong. . .he tests his ground during the search. the keyword is 'intent to disclose'.

the polygamous man intends to find additional woman to introduce to the wife/wives at home.

the cheater intends to keep his mishief hidden . . .and possibly replace the wife at home with the woman he is having the affair with.

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@ Negro

Correct me if I'm wrong, but how is polygamy not cheating? Can a dude marry all 10 wives at the same time?

Doesnt he usually have one at home and goes sticking his pole into another person's honey pot?

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polygamy is not cheating! the women know one another and are aware of their status in the relationship. when your wife or gf isn't aware of the other woman or if you are having affair behind her back and not intending to voluntarily disclose the affair. . .then that's cheating.

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LOL this big rod dude is always shouting in various colors. Makes me laugh like crazy!

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How is this a tribal war?

GodMother is not the type to start that s.h.it.

I'm a yoruba woman and I've also wondered about it, esp the polygamy

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@jide this is a big lie

@poster its true a cheat is a cheat but its common and no news when a yoruba guy cheats on his wife. am tellin u from others experience. its almost a norm for them. even the so called xtains

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jide no dey lie for here oooo

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what on earth have we done to deserve such comment,but u guyz still need to consider the personality of the person involved,i wonder how my GF will feel if she sees this comments.to be honest, there are many yoruba guyz around that will never give a second thought for extra-marital affairs,i think i fall in dat group.

if u guyz have witness some yoruba guyz cheating,that is not enough to justify your assumption dat all yoruba guyz cheat.personally,i prefer not to have any relationship at all than having an illicit affairs that will lead no where.

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Na wa o!

Pls leave d benin guys n concentrate on who u married nt every oda dude ok?

Even if ur man is below standard help him grow since growth is ireversible u wont regret it

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no actually hausa men cheat the most (till date i dont think there is one hausa man who has only slept wit one girl after marriage) but since its legal then maybe u can say yoruba,

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Only the benin culture has been an issue of controversy. Women suffer terrifying ordeals should their husbands die. Besides, Benin Men enjoy carrying arms and blocking our highways. That's all the negatives to take about them

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Really, this is very true. Yoruba men are very polygamous. Most of my female friends married to them are complaining of their husbands illicit affairs. But men from Other tribes do cheat too.

To be succinct, Yoruba Men cheat a lot

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Any generalizations about Benin men? i wanna know

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This is another reason why they say "JUST SAY NO TO DRUGS"!

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I don't think cheating is tied down to any one tribe.

It's a global thing.

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We are all cheats by birth.

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The hausas are more polygamous. many muslim yorubas are polygamous. But cheating does not belong to any particular tribe. A cheat is a cheat & has no tribal mark.

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I particularly don't think so.

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Yes, really liking one, but I cant just shake off that thought

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Why? Thinking of dating one?

Well yoruba men do practice polygamist a lot. Its that trait. But do they all cheat? no

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Oh sorry, I am thinking so much about this that I actually forgot to post the problem. \

I know that generally all tribes cheat, but is it true that yorubs cheat the most?

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What exactly have you heard?

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Not all, but yoruba guys do like women ALOT, no lies. But it depends on the type of chick really.

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