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“I Love Cooking For My Wife” – Nigerian Comedian Seyi Law Shares Kitchen Pictures

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“I Love Cooking For My Wife” – Nigerian Comedian Seyi Law Shares Kitchen Pictures

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Dec 5, 2014 – “I Love Cooking For My Wife” – Nigerian Comedian Seyi Law Shares Kitchen Photos

Popular comedian Seyi Law just proved to fans that he is not only a talented comedian on stage but also a good cook at home.

Few hours ago, he shared these photos of himself doing what women do best in the kitchen effortlessly.

Check out more photos of Seyi Law cooking ogbono and cat fish soup below:

ogbono soup

seyi law kitchen

So sweet of him! Beautiful kitchen.

22 Comments

22 Comments

  1. OmoKehinde

    December 5, 2014 at 2:53 AM

    Hello my good brother – Mr. Seyi Cook. If I may ask, did you also pound yam for your beautiful wife? I think you can even show her more love by helping her to carry her next pregnancy? All for love my brother. But on a serious note,you are setting your wife up for big family conflicts. This may sound very funny to some people outside Yoruba culture, it a sole responsibility of a wife to cook for her husband and other family members. But Mr.Seyi has reversed that responsibility in the name of love. I believe that woman are helpmate to all married man.I have no objections to a man helping his wife at home. Is a good thing to do whenever opportunity presents itself. Also, a good and loving man can help his wife in many ways including cooking at times to relieved his wife from excessive stress but such gesture stayed in house in our culture. It should be a private thing between him and his spouse but not a public ridicules. Every godly man loves his wife and respect his culture too. Many may disagree with me on this comment but I welcome your opinions. Thanks.

    • lizyy

      December 5, 2014 at 10:14 AM

      Omokehinde, guy park well. ur type existed in the 18th century.its only ebullient men that show such honorable gestures. guy come to our trend and behave like a husband who knows how to take care of a woman in every ramification…

  2. Hush baby

    December 5, 2014 at 3:47 AM

    Pls Mr G.O Fagunwa, save us d boring sermon about how well u know ur culture. Let all men love deir wives d best way dey know how, in other words ur unsolicited opinion does not count for nothing. Well done Seyi Law ur Kitchen is beautiful and ur soups looks better. God bless ur home IJN. Hypocrisy everywhere, mscheeeeeeeeeeeew……

    • OmoKehinde

      December 5, 2014 at 6:06 AM

      Honestly, I like your response Hush Baby. But I’m not close to that great Yoruba writer-G.O. Fagunwa in anyway. To Seyi Law, Hush baby says keep doing what you like doing to your wife. Anyway, your comment is fully appreciated. Thanks.

    • MIKE.O

      December 5, 2014 at 1:42 PM

      Hush baby your take on Mr Fagunwa is wrong,if you want to lead a normal life on this planet earth moderation is the rule of the game.Those who go to both extremes often realizes at the long run and late too the harm they have incur to themselves,culture like law is necessary in life, where it is disregarded or unattended to,the result is that our life may lack values. Love has its limit,you must love your wife but don’t turn yourself a cook because of that or try to reverse God’s order,God said the man should provide for his family not provide food for his family and be the cook at the same time,we may develop thick skin against criticism while doing the wrong thing that will not in anyway make it right.THANKS

  3. Gerald Stephen

    December 5, 2014 at 3:55 AM

    I 100% disagree with you.

  4. D Hunter

    December 5, 2014 at 5:52 AM

    Well, if u ask me, I tink itz possibl dat d wyf may nt even knw hw cook 2 his taste n he decided 2 tk up himslf. Afterall, men cook beta dan most women, diz iz undisputabl.

    Several cookin competitions in d past has alrdy justified dat. As men has alwys came 1st n gone home wt star prices.

  5. Obinna

    December 5, 2014 at 8:07 AM

    you are not cooking for anybody, you eat all the food you cook. watch your belly mr.

  6. ayeni

    December 5, 2014 at 8:45 AM

    I kinda agree to some extent, omokehinde’s view.tis good to show love to ur wife but I kno bro seyi will not cook for his wife in d presence of his mother.also, some women might take their husband for granted for d gesture.

  7. teddy

    December 5, 2014 at 9:50 AM

    I swear down bro…wife cooks the meal not men!!!

  8. pa

    December 5, 2014 at 9:57 AM

    In as much as I applaud what he’s doing. He also has to include a healthy diet.
    The food looks tantalising but too much oil is not good for your health. More vegetables and fish could be helpful. Well done.

  9. ADESOKAN

    December 5, 2014 at 11:37 AM

    Somebody better advice this man called Seyi Law quickly as possible to desist from this pastime habit of cooking for his wife before he faces the repercutions later in life when he grows older and his wife continue to insist he clears the table after meal and washes the dishes before he goes to bed. I want to believe Seyi Law does laundry of his wife’s sanitation materials that include her pants and braziers too. I’ll be surprised if Seyi Law is not subjected or compelled to do a licking of the wife’s V’jayjay to complement the love he has for her. Only God knows what Seyi Law does at night to get his wife convinced to succumb to her vonjugal obligations in bed. Its a sad story for Seyi Law and I believe his parents will be sad to hear this of their son, as I believe he did not grow up to see his father take over the kitchen duties from his mother as an expressing of love for her. Seyi Law’s case needs prayers.

  10. ADESOKAN

    December 5, 2014 at 11:44 AM

    Somebody better advice this man called Seyi Law quickly as possible to desist from this pastime habit of cooking for his wife before he faces the repercutions later in life when he grows older and his wife continue to insist he clears the table after meal and washes the dishes before he goes to bed. I want to believe Seyi Law does laundry of his wife’s sanitation materials that include her pants and braziers too. I’ll be surprised if Seyi Law is not subjected or compelled to do a licking of the wife’s V’jayjay to complement the love he has for her. Only God knows what Seyi Law does at night to get his wife convinced to succumb to her conjugal obligations in bed. Its a sad story for Seyi Law and I believe his parents will be sad to hear this of their son, as I believe he did not grow up to see his father take over the kitchen duties from his mother as an expressing of love for her. Seyi Law’s case needs prayers.

  11. dave

    December 5, 2014 at 12:57 PM

    @omokehinde i agree with u.

  12. MIKE.O

    December 5, 2014 at 2:05 PM

    Hush baby cooking is not the only way to show your wife you care,Seyi’s action is commendable but that should not be taking as a norm it should seen as an exception,kitchen belongs to the woman only a lazy woman who lacks proper upbringing will run away from these reality,if your hubby chooses to do it for you once in a while good,but it should not be seen as a duty or something to be celebrated, the man who loves cooking but cannot provide for his family has abdicated his responsibility.

  13. JAMOON DEFINITION(GBS)

    December 5, 2014 at 7:22 PM

    The lowest of men, mumu, woman rapa comot for road.

  14. Omo

    December 5, 2014 at 7:46 PM

    Ride on Seyi……please care less about the noise in the market. As long as you enjoy doing it, and your wife does not take advantage of you. Understanding and Love is the key in marriage. I wonder when naija men will stop the old fashioned mentality where they see women as “german machine“. My husband cooks at times and even helps in house chores. I bless God for giving me a husband like him because he means so much to me and I wont stop loving him because I appreciate him. #hatersgotohell

  15. Alli

    December 6, 2014 at 12:15 AM

    Sharing the pictures alone should tell these “mumus” he is doing something unusual, meaning he doesn’t do that as you guys have insinuated. So why una dey insult the guy?.

  16. Hush baby

    December 6, 2014 at 12:49 AM

    Like seriously!!!!!! Seyi loves cooking for his wife, good for him. What is d problem? Like I said earlier ,let all men love deir wives d best way de know how. Dat Seyi said he loves cooking for his wife doesn’t mean he lives in d kitchen. There are a trillion & 1 ways to express love to ur wife,if Seyi or any other responsible husband out der decides dat cooking is one of d ways dey choose to express deir love to their own wives, what is d wahala? If a wife decides to wash her husband’s car just to show him how much she loves him, whose business is it? Pls stop living ur lives based on culture and people’s unsolicited opinions,do what works for u. Half of those condeming Seyi are probably doing d dishes or in d market shopping for deir wives! Pls let d young man be!!!!! Ride on my guy, God bless ur home.

  17. Hush baby

    December 6, 2014 at 3:42 AM

    Like Seriously??? Seyi loves cooking for his own wife , fantastic,good for him . Mind u dat doesn’t mean he lives in d kitchen! There re a trillion ways to express love to ur wife, if Seyi and any other responsible husband says cooking is one of it, wat’s d wahala??? If a wife deciDes to wash her husband’s car just to show him how much she loves him, whOse bizness is it & wat does Culture have To Do with it? Like I said earlier,let all men love dEir wives d best way dey know how. Do wat works For u not wat culture or people’s unsolicited opinions are. Half of tHose critsizing Seyi are probably doing d dishes or even in d market shopping for dinner! (No big deal). Seyi God bless ur home.

  18. roxy

    December 11, 2014 at 11:13 AM

    Some people marvel me alot with their low reasoning, seyi hasn’t done anything out of place by cooking his wife meal once in awhile, that doesn’t mean he has lost his value as the man of the house.

  19. lizzy

    February 20, 2015 at 9:48 PM

    Did seyi tell these haters that he cooks bfast lunch and dinner everyday for his wife? All those cultural pple shebi culture said that a Man should provide for and take care of his wife. But if the woman hussles Money, and brings hoMe,una go collect.abi? U won’t remember culture then o. Rubbish!! Weldone seyi! We need More Men like you!

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