The Legacy actress Manaka Ranaka has weighed in on a debate around the custom of serving food to men
Ages: The Legacy on-screen character Manaka Ranaka has said something with respect to a conversation around the custom of serving food to men and paying special mind to wound knee until they were done.
The star began wild conversation by means of online systems administration media starting late when she posted a picture of a woman acting with incredible modesty, serving her significant other.
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Anever…!!! Then when are the kids gonna get the attention they deserve nd need if we are busy kneeling for adults that want more attention than the kids they brought into this world.. where I come from, children are more important than him nd I… imagine the baby crying her lungs out while mommy is forced to ignore child, kneeling for daddy to finish eating.. 🤣😂🤣 hayi anever shem..
Commenting on the custom, Manaka said she could never watch herself getting it.
“Never! By then when are the youngsters going to get the thought they legitimacy and need if we are found bowing for adults that need more thought than the kids they brought into this world?
“Where I start from, adolescents are a higher need than him and I. Imagine the newborn child crying her lungs out while mother is constrained to disregard the child, bowing for daddy to complete eating. Hayi, never. Shem.”
Others seemed to share Manaka’s sentiments;
‘Gonyewe shwem. When will my kids eat? I’d ideally drink wine and sing Teletubbies tune’
‘Andizi kulo mcimbi🙅♀️🙅♀️I bow down to God n him so to speak’
‘Anever! Would never anytime serve him like that, also the bowing until he finishes🤣’
She incorporated that she would “ideally be a solitary parent” than take on the work on, beginning irateness among specific disciples who censured her for being basic and urging her to do her investigation before posting.
They ensured Manaka had befuddled the custom and was mocking it.
“What faction did I notice? It’s okay if you bow for him, ain’t nothing erroneously, nana. It’s your lifestyle, your choice. Regardless, mina I won’t and you shouldn’t denounce me for (not) enduring man controlled society and its ways,” Manaka responded.