OAP Freeze Defends Eva’s Long Engagement


On Air Personality, Freeze has come out to defend Nigerian Rapper, Eva and her fiancee Caesar following their 15 Months Engagement trending on social media.
He said that the pressure put on them is copious, so they should be left alone and should of course take things slow.. as they can get married anytime they wish to.
He also shared his insight on marriage and said that Marriage is a beautiful thing, but it’s not a prerequisite for happiness.
Although, there were rumors that the couple had broken up but Eva debunked the rumors in a video she shared on Instagram.. Where she revealed Caesar proposed to her just 1 month after they started dating.. So technically, they’ve been engaged for 15 months, and they’ve been dating for 16.
He said:
In my opinion, the pressure put on this couple by the public to get married is getting too much. I saw some dreadfully nasty comments on a blog, about Eva’s engagement and the first thing that came to my mind was; how much better is the life of the person typing this hateful comment? The commenter is probably unemployed, armed with a 7k Techno or Gionee phone, with 5MB free data from the last N100 recharge and saddled with the urgent need for a jerk-off into cyberspace.
The poverty in Nigeria hasn’t helped either, as it has done all it can, to create a fertile environment, for the proliferation of the proletariat mindset, as citizens choose to use the ‘small’ data on their cheap phones, to insult other people and comment on blogs, instead of seeking the readily available knowledge and information, via the same medium.
The #FreeTheSheeple movement is here to break the invisible chains put upon us by people, who are oftentimes worse off that we are, but because they have ‘managed’ to get, or to remain married, believe they are judge and jury over the rest of us.
Marriage is a beautiful thing, but it’s not a prerequisite for happiness, from my personal experience, I became happier when my first marriage ended, probably because it was never meant to be in the first place and might have been as a consequence of societal pressure.
Eva and Caesar, take your time, there is no rush, all in God’s speed, they say.

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