Male grooming is slowly but surely occupying space, unlike before when it was not an 'African thing.'
In the morning conversation, Obinna and Quellie Odero were in a heated debate as to why men should leave grooming to the babes, and of course, Obinna was not boarding.
It all erupted after Quellie pulled one on Obinna, saying how the Sol generation peeps got their grooming on point.
"Sol generation guys, they look very good...," Quellie said as Obinna interrupted, "Usiangalie video, umewameet live live? (Don't be deceived by the videos, have you met them face to face?)"
"EEEH! they look good, they do moisturize their skin, they do their hair," she replied as Obinna made all sorts of disagreement sounds.
"There is actually a problem in that, and everything, a lot of ladies and men complain that men don't need to groom themselves," the father of four said, as he proceeded to share interesting facts, we didn't know about him.
"I do my nails because I don't like bad-looking nails and everything, then also I apply lip balm because I don't like bad lips.
Alafu kidogo najipaka lotion, baby boy moments," an excited Obinna said, adding it was at a cost as a lot of people have dragged him.
"Lakini nimetukanwo, naambiwa oh! niko na umama," he expressed.
Posing a question to Quellie," I wanna ask you, how far should male grooming go from a lady's perspective?"
"For me, I love my men rough around the edges, so you doing your nails like that, kwani, tunashindana? (Are we competing)," she raised her concern.
"Sijaweka hiyo ya kunyonya damu," Obinna said referring to her well-done acrylic nails.
"Lakini zako zinashine, buana aiii! please! Then you don't need to moisturize your lips, why do you have saliva and a tongue?
Bro, I need to know my man is ready to go on the go, not aty taking care of his nails, sijui appling notion, no," male grooming is not Quillie's portion.
In a motive to add salt to the injury, Obinna had to make his last confession
"Do you know I even do gel on my hair? Can you see it shining?"