‘Women cheat more than men’ - Seun Kuti


Seun Kuti

By Taiwo Okanlawon

Seun Kuti, Nigerian musician  and the last child of Afrobeat legend Fela, has claimed that women are more unfaithful in relationships and marriages than men.

The controversial singer said the notion that men cheat more than women was a propaganda.

The maverick singer spoke on the ‘Bahd & Boujee’ Podcast co-hosted by reality star Tolanibaj and actress Moet Abebe.

“The society made it seem like it’s only men that cheat. Women cheat more than men,” he said.

The hosts: “We don’t agree!”

Kuti, “Okay, this propaganda out there… The truth is that women cheat more than men. Even in the bible, Joseph’s master’s wife tried to cheat on her husband with him and because he refused, she framed him for rape.

“Which man did they write in the bible that he cheated on his wife?

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“We [men and women] are all equally bad. Let’s just accept that. And men that are out there thinking that you are the only unfaithful one in your marriage or relationship, you are living in a fantasy.

“If she is not stepping out of the house, you’re sure she is in that compound 24 hours, start looking at everybody in the compound.”

Seun earlier encouraged men to embrace polygamy, stressing that every man should have multiple women.

He claimed that having multiple women demonstrates power and affluence.

He said, “Monogamy doesn’t work. As a powerful man, you must have the support of numerous powerful goddesses. You know, women that are in your life because the ancestors want to put them there. You share with them.”

He added that his late father and Afrobeat pioneer, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, had over 100 concubines despite marrying 27 women in one day.

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