Socialite Risper Faith has asked married women to ensure they cook for their husbands lest they lose them to nannies.
Speaking on her YouTube channel, Risper, who has been married for six years, said women need to learn to submit and put down their corporate crowns when they get home.
She emphasized the importance of cooking, saying some women have let nannies run their households, which can be detrimental in the long term.
"Nowadays women are not submissive. Outside, people know me as Risper Faith, a celebrity with a big ass but the moment I get to my house I am Mama Ryan.
"I go to the kitchen and cook food for my husband. I do not let auntie cook meals for him...she can do the prepping but I will cook," she said.
Adding: "If your househelp does everything, one day you'll cook for your man and he will be like, "Why does it taste different? Who made this? ambia auntie apike ile style yake."
Risper went on to say that men also like to be pampered so if they get used to 'royal treatment' from the nanny, there's a high likelihood of starting a romantic relationship with them.
"The way to a man's heart is through the stomach...He will fall in love with the househelp and next thing they will get intimate...you will complain but in reality it was your fault."
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She gave an example of how her mother still takes care of his dad and irons his clothes even in old age, saying the modern woman should emulate that.
Highlighting issues that are leading to failed marriages, Risper asked women to tame their drinking habits because they might cause them problems with their partners.
She asked women to enjoy their drinks in moderation and dedicate more time toward ventures that can increase their financial acumen.
"Nowadays we drink like men and we expect men to respect us. Some are busy smoking shisha...waiter ongeza makaa...have you seen your mother drink like that?
"It is not sexy...why are we drinking like men? The older I become, the more I realise some things are just a waste of money. Alcohol breaks homes...slow down on the liquor," she said.
Risper also asked women not to compare their relationships with those of their friends and urged them not to bow to societal pressure.
She urged them to be content with their partners and to avoid piling pressure on them to buy gifts they cannot afford.
"Social media should not fool you. A lot happens behind the scenes. Be content with what you have. If you cannot afford expensive wigs just do braids. There is nothing wrong with that."