Nigerian life coach Solomon Buchi shared in a Facebook post that he doesn’t think his fiancee, Adéọlá Àríkẹ́, is the “most beautiful woman,” and Twitter is coming for him.

“You’re not the most beautiful woman; neither are you the most intelligent woman, but I’ve chosen to never find perfection in anyone else,” he wrote in a since-deleted post. “I put my gaze on you, and with that commitment, we would mold ourselves for ourselves. Our perfection was in our commitment.”

His post sparked controversy online, with many viewers sharing that he should have kept his comments off the internet.

“How is she supposed to respond to this?” one Twitter user questioned.

“‘You’re not the most beautiful woman; neither are you the most intelligent woman, but…’ Is this some weird AF bizarro version of ‘she’s a 10 but’? I’m done with this,” another added.

“Ok so audacity must be on sale. The fact that she’s stunning and is actually the one who makes him look better…….” a user tweeted.

One user wondered what folks would think if the roles were reversed.

“Imagine a woman posting this to ‘uplift’ her man like: ‘You’re not the most successful man; nor blessed w/a reasonable sized ‘member’ but I’ve chosen to never find average or above elsewhere. My gaze is on U, & w/that commitment, we’ll mold my walls for ur below average ‘member,'” they wrote.

Another user shared an explanation from communication consultant Amanda Chisom.

She explained that by describing his wife as not the most beautiful or intelligent, he meant that “in a world where beauty outshines beauty” and “intellect outshines intellect,” Buchi would have “missed out” on his wife if he were looking for “the most beautiful and intelligent woman.”

One Twitter user expressed they understood where Buchi was coming from, but that he should have also described himself as not the most attractive or smart man.

“I see what he’s trying to do in defining authentic love but adding something like ‘I also know I’m not the most successful, handsome, or intelligent man, but you find the best in me instead of searching for some mythical perfect’ might have helped it land better,” they replied.

Some thought Buchi’s words were heartfelt and proved true love.

“idk i find this to be pretty sweet. im sure he tells her all the time how beautiful she is, this was just a different type of sentiment and i think it’s precious tbh,” one supporter shared.

“Many people who fall in love at first sight, but fall out of love when the finally come to know who they married. A person truly you when they seek out you even if you don’t look the best, sick, or old. His words may have be clunky/unromantic, but he is talking about true love,” another wrote.

Buchi briefly addressed the backlash on Instagram stories. Responding to a fan asking how he feels about people’s responses to his post about his wife-to-be, he said they’re “fools.”

“They’re not dragging me,” he explained on Instagram stories. “They’re manifesting their own projection. Even if you quote Shakespeare, foools will be foools.”

Àríkẹ́ seems unbothered about the backlash. She has yet to address the comments her fiance is receiving, and chose to share what she did over the weekend on Instagram instead.