Reality star Angel Smith argues against married women who have an issue with their husband’s female friends addressing him by his name. Stating that this practice is absurd and should be prioritized over more pressing matters, especially in the face of economic challenges. She also considers cultural differences.
Angel Smith, a well-known reality celebrity, argues on behalf of married women who object to their husbands’ female friends addressing him by name.
During a debate on the X platform on proper titles for friends’ married husbands, some suggested calling them “Sir” or using a more polite name. Angel thought this was ridiculous.She argued that spouses should be addressed by their given names and stressed the importance of giving more important issues top priority, particularly in light of the nation’s current economic difficulties.
Angel Smith went on to say that she would rather her friends call her husband by the name he was known by prior to their marriage.
“As my friend,if you call my husband by his name wallahi I’ll first slap you and we’ll now fight (real fight o)and unfriend each other🤝,” an X user wrote.
Angel responded, “Some of you women get married and become insane. “Mrs” now becomes your identity. What am I supposed to call my friend’s husband? Sir?? Or uncle? If I light you and him. Perhaps we will call him the conqueror, the champion, igwe 2 pac.”
In another post, she continued, “Will take into consideration the cultural differences between the genzs and millennials, boomers etc, cause I’m not calling my friend’s husband daddy anything except as a joke.