Nigerian life coach Solomon Buchi recently responded to the women on “The View,” debating him posting on his Instagram account that his fiancée is not the most “beautiful” or “intelligent.”
In his response post, he thanked hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Sara Haines for being on his side, and he thanked host Alyssa Farah Griffin by calling her “them hater in pink” with two heart emojis.
Somehow he left host Sunny Hostin off the list, who said she hates him.
See “The View“ video clip and Solomon’s response post below:
Solomon made the controversial post about his fiancée Àriké four days ago, and he’s been dragged through the streets of Twitter ever since.
Many tweets stated that his wife is indeed beautiful, and she makes him look better.
Read Solomon’s original post about his fiancée below:
You’re not the most beautiful woman; neither are you the most intelligent woman, but I’ve chosen to never find perfection in anyone else. I put my gaze on you, and with that commitment, we would mold ourselves for ourselves. Our perfection is in our commitment.
Stating that you’re not the most beautiful/intelligent might sound like it’s not a compliment, yeah? But it’s a realistic base for real love. Acknowledging that my woman isn’t the best, but I’m not looking for the best. I was looking for you and I found you. There’s no best, there is just someone you choose and see the best in them.
This to me is the real love. Not the one that consoles itself in the faux reality that their partner is the most good looking, most intelligent, most successful person in the world. That’s disingenuous and doesn’t give room for love to thrive. My love for you isn’t about you being the best, it’s about you being you. There’s just no other you.
I love you, ayanfe. I’m committed to you. I miss you so much!!! But my love for you is stronger than distance. @arikeadeola.o
See Solomon’s original post below:
Àriké accepted Solomon’s proposal in June after dating him for a year.
Solomon Buchi should’ve led with the post below and kept those other thoughts to himself.