Bbnaijas Doyin Opposes Full-Time Housewifery

Doyin Opposes Full-Time Housewifery


Doyin Opposes Full-Time Housewifery

Doyin opposes full time housewifery for women.  In the latest episode of her podcast, ‘Doyin’s Corner,’ she shared her views on the matter, stating that it is risky for married women to rely solely on their spouses for financial support. “The of the riskiest things you can do is get married and want to be a full housewife and completely depend on your husband without any savings,” Doyin said.

She further elaborated, “I don’t support that anyone should be a full housewife. I think it is too risky. It can also lead to unnecessary insults and disrespect. Bbnaija Doyin stated that she will never be a full-time housewife, even though she is  married to the wealthiest man. At least I will have a business.”

Doyin emphasizes the importance of financial independence for women, suggesting that relying entirely on a spouse can lead to vulnerability and potential disrespect.

An Overview Of Bbnajia Doyin

Doyin a professional medical radiographer and reality television personality, gained prominence from her participation in Big Brother Naija season 7, Level Up. By joining the Big Brother Naija show,  Doyin David has became famous in a short while, gaining more recognition nationwide.

She describes herself as a combo Cardi B and Michelle Obama, said she is not afraid to disrespect anyone who doesn’t respect themselves. Doyin is known for always standing up for the rights of others.

David was born in 1995. However, her exact date of birth remains a mystery.

BBNaija star Doyin David attended a leading private school in Ikorodu for her primary education. She completed her secondary education at Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary, graduating in 2011. Doyin later graduated from the University of Lagos with a Bachelor’s degree in 2017.

BBNaija Doyin David‘s net worth is estimated at US$25,000.

BBNaija Doyin David‘s fans refer to themselves as Deelights.