‘Marriage and Kids are not my crowning glory ‘ -Kemi Adetiba writes, while Toke Makinwa laments over sperm offers

‘Marriage and Kids are not my crowning glory ‘ -Kemi Adetiba writes, while Toke Makinwa laments over sperm offers

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Sharing a video of Tracee Ellis Ross on Instagram page, Nigerian cinematographer, Kemi Adetiba wrote on becoming a woman of substance, being married and having kids.

According to Kemi Adetiba, she is not saying she doesn’t want to have kids or get married, however not having the two doesn’t diminish a (Wo)man’s -Kemi Adetiba’s – worth. She wrote;

Kemi Adetiba

Before the “miss the point” folks start running rogue in my comment section, Tracee Ellis Ross has never once said she never wants to be married or have children. What she is saying however, is that because she currently has neither, some people choose to invalidate all of her personal achievements and growth. Their line of reasoning is her life is yet to have TRUE meaning until a husband and child punctuate her entire existence.


This struck a chord as I get this all the time. I will be 38 in just over a month and a half, and while I would LOVE to be married (to my God-chosen companion, and best friend) and have child(ren), I am very comfortable with the knowledge that my life is just as valid, and beautiful, and happy, and successful, if for some reason that never comes to pass. Marriage and kids is not my “crowning glory”… It’s another BEAUTIFUL step in life I would love to take. I’d also love to make (and keep) a billion dollars in my lifetime, but I won’t be any less of a woman or Kemi Adetiba if that didn’t come to pass either.
No… I’m not comparing the two. I’m just highlighting it doesn’t diminish a (Wo)man’s -Kemi Adetiba’s – worth if it never happens.
Hello… Good morning ☺️ Have a great Tuesday.

Kemi Adetiba

Media personality, Toke Makinwa who dropped a comment on the post, lamented over the number of sperm offers she has been getting. She was however called back to track by a follower who said she’s straying from Kemi’s point. here is the exchange below;

Kemi AdetibaKemi Adetiba

 

 

Here is the video;

 

Before the “miss the point” folks start running rogue in my comment section, Tracee Ellis Ross has never once said she never wants to be married or have children. What she is saying however, is that because she currently has neither, some people choose to invalidate all of her personal achievements and growth. Their line of reasoning is her life is yet to have TRUE meaning until a husband and child punctuate her entire existence. This struck a chord as I get this all the time. I will be 38 in just over a month and a half, and while I would LOVE to be married (to my God-chosen companion, and best friend) and have child(ren), I am very comfortable with the knowledge that my life is just as valid, and beautiful, and happy, and successful, if for some reason that never comes to pass. Marriage and kids is not my “crowning glory”… It’s another BEAUTIFUL step in life I would love to take. I’d also love to make (and keep) a billion dollars in my lifetime, but I won’t be any less of a woman or Kemi Adetiba if that didn’t come to pass either. No… I’m not comparing the two. I’m just highlighting it doesn’t diminish a (Wo)man’s -Kemi Adetiba’s – worth if it never happens. Hello… Good morning ☺️ Have a great Tuesday.

A post shared by Kemi Adetiba (@kemiadetiba) on Nov 21, 2017 at 1:16am PST

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