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Phyno Clears the Air on Polygamy and Out of Wedlock Children: Distinction Between the Two Explained

He stated that there is a clear distinction between the two, and that anyone can have children out of wedlock.

In a recent interview with The Whistler, Nigerian rapper Phyno, whose real name is Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike, addressed the topic of polygamy and out of wedlock children. He stated that there is a clear distinction between the two, and that anyone can have children out of wedlock.

Phyno clarified that polygamy, which is the practice of having multiple wives, is different from having children out of wedlock. He argued that the latter occurs when someone is “caught in a situation” and cannot be compared to actively choosing to have multiple wives. He stated, “Homes breaking is not polygamy, polygamy is when someone willingly says ‘I’m going to marry two wives,’ some people are caught in a situation and you can’t call that polygamy so let’s be clear Muslims practice polygamy.”

The rapper went on to say that when people are caught in such a situation, they should “stand up as a man and take responsibility for your child,” but that it should not be called polygamy. He also made it clear that he does not have a position on the practice of polygamy.

Biography of Phyno:

Full Name: Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike

Stage Name: Phyno

Occupation: Nigerian rapper, singer, and songwriter

Genres: Hip-hop, highlife, and indigenous Igbo music

Notable Works: “Fada Fada,” “Connect,” “Alobam”

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What is polygamy?

A: Polygamy is the practice of having multiple wives or partners at the same time.

Q: Is having children out of wedlock the same as polygamy?

A: No, having children out of wedlock is when someone has a child outside of a marriage or committed relationship. It is different from polygamy, which is the practice of having multiple wives or partners.

Q: What did Phyno say about polygamy and out of wedlock children?

A: Phyno stated that there is a clear distinction between polygamy and having children out of wedlock. He argued that the latter occurs when someone is “caught in a situation” and cannot be compared to actively choosing to have multiple wives. He also made it clear that he does not have a position on the practice of polygamy.

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