The fourth episode of MTV Base Guy Code is back this Sunday, as the coolest kids on the block discuss matters that are Not Safe For Work (NSFW). Social media influencer Pamilerin, turn up king Shody, DJ Crowd Kontroller and former BBNaija housemate, Sir Dee share the code on some of the hottest and most scandalous issues this week.
They break down the code on everything from MILFS, Sugar Mummies, Zaddies to Okafor’s law. YouTuber Nneoma (Nne) Okorie and Byibisasa kick it with the guys this week as they share their point of view on these topics.
First off, the guys answer the questions “Who is a “MILF”?” and “How old should a “MILF” be?”. DJ Crowd Kontroller, says “ A MILF has to be a mom, good looking and smashable”. Shody’s definition of a MILF, is “a benefit mama, someone who is doing well for herself and able to take care of her partner. “.
Nne and Byibisasa were asked if they would rather be Sugar Mummies or MILFs, and what do you think their responses were? Are MILFs and Sugar Mummies the same? Crowd Kontroller was of the opinion that they are different. According to him, the relationship with a MILF could be purely sexual without any other benefits, while a Sugar Mummy by description has to take care of her partner and spend lavishly on him.
Nne feels that a Zaddy just wants to take care of his girl; But is there a limit to the provisions a Zaddy can give? According to the guys, this depends on the relationship between the girl and her Zaddy, nothing might be too much to request.
How do guys deal with their girl’s male best friend? What’s the guy code on this sensitive matter? In an ideal world according to Crowd Kontroller, a girl’s male best friend is “her gay friend that hangs out with the girls”. What happens when the male bestie is a buff alpha male?
It’s a packed episode, find out the guy code on “Okafor’s Law” on the next episode of Guy Code this Sunday November 29, on MTV Base, DSTV channel 322. Hang with Pamilerin, Shody, Crowd Kontroller, Sir Dee, Nne and Byibisasa as they give you the Guy Code. For more on this week’s episode, follow @mtvbasewest on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. You can join the conversation on social with #MTVBaseGuyCode.