Eva Alordiah slams fan for calling her “lord of the rings” over long engagement
By Rita Chioma
Songstress and makeup artiste, Eva Alordiah has taken out time to write to a girl who called her “lord of the rings” because she hasn’t married, after over a year after getting engaged.
On January 1, 2016, during the Headies award, Eva got engaged to her man but since then, no news about her wedding and her fans are so worried.
Most of them have termed her Lord of the Rings and her reply to those calling her out is epic.
It reads: “How can you, with all humanness in you say “This guy has no Shame, since 2015 he proposed and no wedding, Is she Lord of the Rings?” I read that comment from @princessnwaroh and felt deeply insulted. That was a weak attempt at comedy if she was trying to be funny.
It is my ring.
If a wedding happens, it would be my wedding.
Have you wondered if the girl in question is ready for Marriage? So because I am engaged I must marry?
It is my engagement, it is only a promise of loyalty between two people. If I decide I am going to hold the Record for longest engagement ever, I’d hold it. How does that have anything to do with shame for any man? For my man?
Last night, I learned how the words people use with us can influence us to several different types of actions. That hateful comment of hers made me type back to her “Shut Your face before you make yourself look ugly online. Ain’t cute for a cute girl like you.” Am I proud of myself when I see that comment next to my name? No, not really. Tit for tat never makes the love go round. But at the time of my writing that, I just really wanted to shut her face. *sigh*
We have spent many years degrading and berating our Women for not marrying early, then the woman gets engaged and you chew the man for not marrying her sharp sharp.
How is this supposed to end?
I was a girl just yesterday. I am learning to become a woman. And I have the most supportive human being in King Caesar holding my hand as I learn these ropes.
Now that’s outta the way, I just wanna say, “I want to have kids, I wish I had one at 19. I want to have a family as beautiful and full of Live as the one my Parents have created for us. I want to marry my best friend when I do finally accept the time. Until then, I WILL PROTECT MY POWER TO CHOOSE FOR MYSELF WHEN I AM READY TO GET MARRIED. And if I don’t get married, that’s still me exercising my right to choose.
Oh and just an offside, he proposed in 2016 and I still cannot believe he did!”