Esther Musila defends relationship with younger husband Guardian Angel
Esther Musila, the wife of renowned musician Guardian Angel, has staunchly defended her choice to marry a much younger man in the face of recent inquiries from curious fans.
The 52-year-old Esther has been the subject of questions regarding her age-gap relationship, and she has taken a firm stance on her decision.
The exchange between Esther Musila and a fan, identified as Faith Wairimu, unfolded on social media.
Wairimu posed a hypothetical scenario, asking Esther how she would react if her own son were to marry an older woman.
“What if your son one day brings a wife older than him? How will you feel?” Wairimu inquired.
In response, Esther chose to stand by her choices and remind Wairimu to focus on her own concerns rather than meddling in her family affairs.
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“That will be my son who will bring, not yours, so let it not bother you. Worry about your weight, finances, cracked heels, or relationship, just be busy,” Esther retorted.
Esther Musila’s confident response reinforces her belief in her relationship and the love she shares with Guardian Angel, emphasizing that age should not be a determining factor in matters of the heart.
Guardian Angel, who has consistently supported and defended his relationship with Esther despite the 20-year age gap, echoed these sentiments in a past statement.
“If she has agreed to become one with me, she is my wife. It doesn’t matter how old she is. I am the husband. That is if at all we are married,” Guardian Angel asserted.
In a heartfelt message, the musician addressed critics, stating, “I have suffered to please the church for long, but I did not know that I’m not supposed to please the church but please God.”
Guardian Angel further cautioned people against passing judgment on his relationship and decisions, emphasizing that they do not dictate the rules of life.
“This is something I would like to address. #LoveWins came before I met Esther, and it is about going back to society to support the needy because I was also a street kid. The only way to support a needy person is to love them, the only way to correct a street kid is by love. It must come first.”