Truth be told, 2baba is correct, and Annie is only attempting to play the victim. Uche Ebere agrees with 2baba on men being born to cheat

Uche Ebere, a popular social commentator, has openly sided with 2baba, asserting that men are inherently inclined to infidelity, while suggesting that Annie’s claims may be an attempt to portray herself as the victim. CONTINUE READING….

It was earlier reported that the singer, during the ongoing Young, Famous and African reality show, explained that men cheat due to their desire to satisfy some of their natural urges – this had incensed his wife who tackled him.

Veteran actress, Uche Ebere who reacted in defense of 2face, explained that there are some certain truth that remains regardless of who says it.

According to her, while what Tuface had said is true, she is however against him saying it in the presence of his wife.

She suggested that rather than answering, Tuface should simply have avoided the question because it was asked in his wife’s presence.

She wrote, ” Many people pretends a lot on this app, truth is truth no matter who Is saying it, tuface is right but I’m against saying it in the presence of his wife, which makes the wife trying to play victim and trying to take it personal from her facial reaction, he would have avoided the question instead”

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