Award-winning Nigerian musician, Peter Okoye aka Mr P, has slammed Nigerians for supporting Moroccan International and PSG star Achraf Hakimi over divorce trend.
The footballer has been trending on Friday following news of a failed payout in a divorce suit filed by his wife, Hiba Abouk.
According to the report, the wife demanded half of his property only to discover the PSG star has no property to his name as everything is registered under his mother’s name.
Nigerians, across social media platforms, have since reacted, lauding Hakimi for pre-emption and smartness ahead of the divorce. Also, some consider him a hero over what they described as victory over women.
But Okoye, in an Instagram post on Friday night, berated those celebrating the football star, adding that regardless, wife in a divorce situation should not suffer after separation.
“I don’t understand why most men are rejoicing over this Hakimi story? Like I don’t get it🤷🏾♂️ The truth is bitter but needs to be told. If you don’t trust her then don’t marry as simple as that. Or are you expecting your wife to surfer after divorce?” he tweeted.
Ace videographer TG Omori appreciated the Moroccan footballer, Achraf Hakimi following the divorce trend from his wife.
He tweeted: “Thanks Hakimi for the update. 🙏🏾 mama ThankGod and sons enterprise coming soon.”
Nigerian comedian and content creator Aso Rock, on his part, warned those considering towing the path of Moroccan footballer, Achraf Hakimi to be cautious as it may end in hot tears of regret.
Hakimi reportedly outsmarted his wife by registering his assets in his mother’s name, and a result will not be giving anything to his divorce-seeking partner, as he owns nothing.
The comedian said some Nigerians are now considering doing what Hakimi did, forgetting their experience going up.
“Everybody is now acting like their mother is like Hakimi’s mother. You have forgotten when you were small, and how you gave your mother money to hold for you but never got it back.
“Is it that same mother you want to register all your fortune under her name?” He queried
Hakimi has received more commendation than condemnation considering the fate other hitherto well-to-do men, especially footballers have suffered in the hands of their wives after divorce.