Gospel singer Solomon Mkubwa has shared relationship advice directed at women asserting that "men are childish." The singer believes that grasping this fundamental truth could be the key to avoiding the drama of gender-based conflicts.

In the midst of the ongoing conversation about the concerning increase in femicide cases, the chart-topping artist of 'Mungu Wetu Mwenye Nguvu' doesn't hesitate to condemn these brutal acts.

Nevertheless, he introduces a twist, proposing that there's more to the narrative. According to him, there are certain idiosyncrasies about men that often go unnoticed, potentially intensifying conflicts in heated arguments between the genders.

“You might not agree with me but women need to know men are born of three attributes. The first is glory, all men are born with the sense of a feeling they are kings so that means when I speak I need to be heard and sometimes not questioned or challenged. When you do, then we might have a problem,” Mkubwa explained.

The second attribute is childishness.

“Men are also born with some element of childishness, I have learnt this in marriage. When I married my wife, I would come home she would hug me, kiss me and we do our thing. But when we had our children, our love kind of faded a little because most of it now went to the child.”

Adding, “This is why if you don’t know God, most men start cheating. In a man’s world, he expects the same way you treat the child, he should be treated the same. He wants the same affection as that given to the child and in most cases that doesn’t happen thus most men will struggle to understand and there will be a problem because now you are competing with your child for the lady’s attention.”

Solomon highlights the final element, which is cruelty. He suggests that every man is inherently endowed with a certain level of cruelty, and when pushed to the limit, these attributes come into play, leading to calamitous outcomes.