Ruth Eze, the Nollywood actress, has said all men cheat on their romantic partners.
The actress explained that she may quit her marriage for some good reasons, but certainly cheating is not one of them.
This, therefore, means that if the busty actress catches her husband with a mistress, she won’t because of that abandon her marriage.
To buttress her point, Eze recalled the advice her late dad gave her: “My late father told me that men are polygamous in nature. But he said if you are lucky you would find the one that will not rub it on your face. So, if I catch him (my hubby) cheating, it’s okay. Rather than fight, we will sit down and talk about it, because to be honest with you, every man cheats even including pastors, reverend fathers. My girlfriend used to say, ‘Ruth, your kind of mind is what is needed to go through this life’. Yes, I agree with her.”
The thespian bared her mind further to Saturday Sun, “There is no man that is faithful (to his wife). I have seen a man who cheated a day to his wedding. He was going to wed the following day and they caught him pants down with his girlfriend. I feel it’s their nature, and I will not leave a man because he cheats. I will only leave a man when I see that he’s temperamental, violent or toxic for my energy. But if it is cheating, I will not leave him.”
However, is Ruth Eze scared of marriage because of domestic violence?
Her response: “Domestic violence is not part of the reasons I’m scared of marriage. Look, no man can be violent with me. You can’t! I will not allow it. I am educated, smart, brilliant, beautiful and talented, so I will not allow you to be violent with me. I am not one of those women that will allow a man to be violent with them. You cannot be violent with me. But with the crazy stories flying everywhere, I’m just scared.”