Baba Tee claims cheating is inherent in men

In a candid discussion on The Honest Bunch Podcast, renowned actor and comedian, Babatunde Bernard Tayo, popularly known as Baba Tee, made controversial remarks asserting that cheating is intrinsic to men.


Baba Tee boldly stated that cheating is ingrained in men and likened it to a natural trait, describing it as “a man’s next skin.” He emphasized that even amidst infidelity, a man’s affection for his partner remains intact, challenging conventional notions about fidelity in relationships.


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The actor’s remarks, made during the podcast co-hosted by fellow actor Chinedu Ani Emmanuel, stirred debates about gender dynamics and relationship expectations. Baba Tee suggested that women uncomfortable with the prospect of a cheating spouse should either opt for a controllable robot partner or reconcile with the idea of perpetual loneliness.


His remarks, while provocative, reflect prevalent societal attitudes and perceptions surrounding infidelity and gender roles within relationships. As discussions around fidelity continue to evolve, Baba Tee’s candid perspective adds a layer of complexity to the discourse, prompting introspection and dialogue on the intricacies of human relationships.



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