Datuk Fazley Yaakob took to his Instagram recently to share his two cents on a viral tweet, which suggests that wives should always try to look their best in front of their significant other.
The former “Gegar Vaganza” season 8 contestant came up with his response after receiving continuous requests from his fans to address the controversial statement posted by the Twitter user, known as @AmirulRuslam.
“I’m sorry, the person who posted the statement is so old-fashion. It’s true that wives are expected to look decent in front of their spouses at home. BUT (in this case), you should also consider their well-being right? They do most of the house chores. This include taking care of the children, doing the laundry, cooking, washing the dishes, cleaning the toilet, tidying the bed, buying groceries, helping the kids with their homework, dealing with their mother-in-laws (some can be difficult), watering the plants and trees, and even cleaning the house veranda – This is mostly done before leaving for the office, while some continue after returning home from work,” Fazley opened his post.
The celebrity chef added by writing, “So, what’s wrong if your wive prioritises taking care of your household rather than dress up? Do the husbands that are demanding dress up for their partners as well? Perhaps these men should look into their personal hygiene first, by trimming their armpit hair and stop wearing unwashed ‘kain pelikat’ (sarong). After all, marriage is a teamwork, and the responsibility doesn’t just fall on one person. 🤣”
Scrolling through the comments, many netizens appeared to agree with Fazley’s opinion regarding the matter. One commentator could be seen poking fun at the Twitter netizen’s posting. She said, “A lot of people want their wives to look like Ariana Grande, but the husbands themselves wear Spongebob-printed boxers at home.”
Another user added, “Some employers want their employees to look professional. That’s why they need to dress appropriately. They also have to make friends, but they need to know their boundaries. If not, the other colleagues will think that the wife is antisocial. If their attitude is like that, how would they work as a team in the office?”
Do you agree with Fazley on this?