by Sk Johnson
…or at least keep her far away from any objects that can be used in the removal of male genitalia.
“I will castrate him”.
The above four words are part of a, to put it one way, interesting reply Nollywood actress Uche Jombo gave to a reporter from The Sun when asked how she would react to her husband cheating. Excuse me while I shudder. According to the Jumbo Uche (excuse the poor attempt at a pun; work with me here) “there is no excuse to cheat.” Well, this is true, depending on who you ask. I mean there are some who would say cheating is only natural and monogamy isn’t in our design as a species but that’s just by the way, and I’d advise such people to stay far away from Madam Jombo because clearly she has no patience for your kind.
She also goes on to say, “It’s either you are with someone or not,” which makes sense too. “And if you are tired of such person, please accord the decency of respecting who they are and their feelings, don’t go making someone look stupid because there is no excuse,” logical, right? and of course, “the problem with me is there are no in-betweens.”
All of this is all well and good, really. I mean I would never cheat on a partner and it isn’t something I’d enjoy either, even though I would be very forgiving, seeing as I’m a
spineless maga nice guy and all. That said, is any of this really cause for such harsh measures as castration?
Let’s get it clear, for any confused ones out there:
tr.v.cas·trat·ed, cas·trat·ing, cas·trates1. To remove the testicles of (a male); geld or emasculate.2. To remove the ovaries of (a female); spay.3. To deprive of virility or spirit; emasculate.