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August, 19

I Don’t Share Friends’ Secrets With Basketmouth – Wife

Elsie, the spouse of popular comedian Bright Okpocha, or Basketmouth, claims she keeps her husband out of the secrets of her pals.

Elsie recently advised wives and girlfriends on social media last week not to let their boyfriends know the secrets of their friends?

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In an interview with Sunday Scoop, she said, “I only tell my husband things about my friends that I want him to know. I have my faults too and I would not like my friends telling their husbands’ certain things about me.

“I know how husbands and wives usually talk about most things, but I don’t get carried away. I majorly tell my husband about the positive sides of my friends.

 “That also includes my family members. I don’t portray my friends to my family in a negative way. I don’t say things that will make people look at my friends in a negative light. Imagine me saying bad things about a friend, and the next day, people see us hanging out together. That would make me look stupid. I am not that type of person.”

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Elsie, the spouse of popular comedian Bright Okpocha, or Basketmouth, claims she keeps her husband out of the secrets of her pals.

Elsie recently advised wives and girlfriends on social media last week not to let their boyfriends know the secrets of their friends?

READ MORE: I Want To Have Children Out Of Wedlock – Maria Chike

In an interview with Sunday Scoop, she said, “I only tell my husband things about my friends that I want him to know. I have my faults too and I would not like my friends telling their husbands’ certain things about me.

“I know how husbands and wives usually talk about most things, but I don’t get carried away. I majorly tell my husband about the positive sides of my friends.

 “That also includes my family members. I don’t portray my friends to my family in a negative way. I don’t say things that will make people look at my friends in a negative light. Imagine me saying bad things about a friend, and the next day, people see us hanging out together. That would make me look stupid. I am not that type of person.”

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