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“Why are Nigerian women so quick to curse at their fellow woman…? Why cause a fellow sister pain?” – Nollywood Actress Georgina Onuoha writes

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Nollywood actress Georgina Onuoha took some time yesterday to write about marriages. The U.S based star shared a throwback photo of herself on her wedding day and wrote:

This beautiful thing called marriage.
It is every woman’s dream. It is sacred, it is beautiful. No one ventures into it just to have it fail.. It is an institution of its own that you never graduate.. you keep learning every single moment in it.
How can something so beautiful go wrong?
From hi’s to hugs to kisses and romance.. all of a sudden tears and pains? And at the end most are left broken, pained and hurt..
Those who are single wish to be married, while those that are married are looking for a narrow escape because of the unbecoming shenanigans arising in it..
I know of NO woman who gets married and decides to walk away from it without giving it thoughts and fighting to keep her home. I don’t know that woman..
What baffles me the most is the level of hate and vile languages coming from women when they see their fellow woman crumbling in pains and tears. Why are Nigerian women so quick to curse at their fellow woman? If you’ve not walked in my shoes for a day or live in my home for a second, I repeat you have no moral authority to judge me or my decisions. My heart goes to out everyone having a rough time in their homes. As actors people expect us to be super humans with no feelings or emotions. We are imperfect people trying so hard to please an angry mob OF she devils. What you wish others will surely come back to you. If you specialize in sleeping with people’s husbands and expect a different outcome when you marry, then you are delusional. Karma is a bitch.. when faith will come for you, yours will be unbearable. Why cause a fellow sister pain? Women learn to respect and support each other.. Fight and protect your happiness with all you’ve got.. To our darling brothers, Why ? Why cause what you love dearly so much pain? What happens to walking away when you are angry? God please give us a new reorientation and direction.. Too many homes crumbling.. Give us grace and solace.. Every woman has a breaking point. Many have lost their lives to domestic violence, while some are bold enough to walk away and watch society call for their heads to roll! Why lord? How can something this beautiful go wrong? Lord grant us all your wisdom

17 Comments

  1. Goody

    March 10, 2017 at 8:06 am

    U have said it all dear some people find it easy in taking what does not belong to them and killing people’s joy forgetting that there is a God in heaven watching I just wish we will get back to the way things uses to be and start doing the right thing young ladies stop breaking homes BC u will not find a home yourself whatever that goes around still comes around let us be wise

    • Maxie

      March 10, 2017 at 8:18 am

      They forget that what you sow, you shall reap.

    • Julia

      March 10, 2017 at 9:16 am

      I do not believe that a third party can break your home. Nobody forces a man to cheat on his wife, he does so willingly. He knows the risks involved and he chooses to sleep outside of the matrimonial bed.

      It takes two people to build a home, the efforts to work at it must be mutual.

      Roselyn cannot be blamed for what happened to Tonto. Churchill did not value the sanctity of marriage neither he had any respect for the wife.

      Why do you always blame the side chic?

      Churchill himself should just stick to being a bachelor, cos he is not mature enough for marriage. He is a man who does not know how to resolve conflict in his household better than to resort to violence.
      The first wife, past partners and Tonto have been beaten to stupor, until they decided to cry no more.

      I just pray that Roselyn wises up and do not make the same mistake that Bianca, Tonto and others did.

      Marriage should not be a do or die situation, but a phase for growth, good sharing and communication.

      Blame the man and leave the other woman out of it.

  2. john

    March 10, 2017 at 8:16 am

    If you specialize in sleeping with people’s husbands and expect a different outcome when you marry, then you are delusional. Karma is a b**ch.. when faith will come for you, yours will be unbearable. Why causea fellow sister pain? ????

  3. emmanuel fidelis

    March 10, 2017 at 8:35 am

    Marriages are broken because women want to be in charge of their husbands.how can women continue lying to themselves about their broken homes.some has use social media to report their marital affairs. Do i hear you said that any woman that sleeps with married man that there’s karma.what about virgins that are married?their husbands still cheat on them.tell yourself the truth about man’s nature and stop beating around the bush. Men are polygamous in nature and women don’t seem to understand it.the reason why marriages are broken is because women don’t want to accommodate their husband mistress. Women have this mentality that once they tied the knots, it’s all over and their husbands has no right to look at other ladies. That’s where you people are lying to yourselves period. If you can’t tolerate your husbands mistress be ready to quit your marriage. God himself knows the nature of a man because He created the man.and fighting this nature is a war that you cannot win.women bears period pains,bears labour pains and also bears plaiting pains and still complaining about men’s cheating. You see all those pains God created it in you to bear, with that you can still accommodate if you don’t want a broken home.women you are not equal with men that’s it. Mothers teach your daughters nature of men.

  4. Fez

    March 10, 2017 at 9:41 am

    My dear its not only Nigerian women its a women thing.Nigerians are actually ok try Tanzanians you will die.SAD

    • clementine

      March 11, 2017 at 3:06 am

      Please expatriate how he be for Tanzania?

  5. Ajayi Oluwabukola

    March 10, 2017 at 10:18 am

    Watching this @tontodikeh interview and can’t help but cry. Why will any man beat a woman? I can relate to her story and believe me it hurts when the one person who is suppose to be your protector becomes the accused. The most painful aspect is the Nigerian society, especially the women will trade words like “what did you do before he reacted like DAT?” “Did you cheat on him?” “You can’t leave your marriage think of your children” and when the victim goes on social media, they type “madam abegi go and settle your home and leave social media. Why must it be a crime for women to create awareness on domestic violence ? @tokemakinwa @tiwasavage @tontodikeh keep your heads up and fight the fight. A man who could stoop so low to beat a woman can be dragged in the mud for all Icare.
    #stopdomesticviolence #sheisyourwifenotyourslave #stopbreakingher #scarsareforver #thisscarsarenotphysicalbutinthesoul

    I posted this on my IG and FB accounts yesterday, I was shocked at the amount of insults written by insensitive women who are also going through worse but ain’t bold enough to leave because their identity has a woman is in the title “Mrs” and depend financially on the man for survival, so they are angry at any woman who is courageous enough to walk out of abuse, not because they hate the person but they are angry at her for leaving them behind.

  6. Mz Elle

    March 10, 2017 at 10:33 am

    Thanks Georgina you said it all! I totally agree wit you that no one has the right to judge you or your decisions when they haven’t walked in your shoes, Yes! But then again like you said, Karma is a BITCH! No lady, girl, woman or ‘female CELEBRITY has the moral right also to take another woman’s husband, you don’t also know the pain & trauma you make the wife of the man you are sleeping / slept with go through , forgetting that someday you will get married and somebody else will sleep with yours and you will get hurt. All because you want to live the competitive life style with your peers, to make them know and feel you are living the life or in a good relationship when you are not. Why the lies & deceit? Indeed too many homes crumbling because the foundation wasn’t right, When God is not in it, there is no magic. Lets be descent, not sleeping with our sisters husbands, flaunting cars, trips abroad and money and not being our sisters keepers and watch “GOD BLESS US” with “OUR OWN” husbands that has conscience. May the good Lord grant us wisdom and grace AMEN!!!

  7. Ifeyinwa Atuanya

    March 10, 2017 at 10:59 am

    why can’t Nigerian men start marrying more than one wife? Than, marrying one wife and having many mistresses in different age categories outside of their matrimonial homes – it is a suggestion.

    Because some men are not content with just marrying one wife – you see them outside, their eyes are roving at other women. Sometimes, love is not always enough in marriages. I’m sorry to say. And it is even worse, when a man marries a woman he never liked in the first place.

    And some men are not affectionate, that doesn’t mean; he doesn’t love you.

    He expresses his love by buying you gifts when he sees those material things on other women that looks good, having those material things.

    Some men enjoy female companies, that doesn’t mean he is a womaniser, he just wants to learn from the female companies.

    In life, I think, women should have a type, stick with the type and marry the type.

    In Nigeria, “he wasn’t what I was looking for when I married him,” is not always good for many married Nigerian women living in Nigeria.

    Some in the higher institutions had boyfriends they thought they would marry, but abandoned them and married rich men, that later treated them badly.

    Because to marry a rich man, he has to want you; the woman, not because you; the woman fought other women out of his life, and married him.

    Because what is not yours, is not yours.

    I am not married. I want to be married, but I cannot marry for love because I am over 40 in age.

    But I can buy a husband that will give me the title, “Mrs”

    • Ayo

      March 10, 2017 at 12:25 pm

      Well said Ify and God bless you.

    • Iloku

      March 10, 2017 at 1:02 pm

      Uhn?

    • PD Young Billionaire

      March 10, 2017 at 8:35 pm

      @Ifeyinwa…..You can still marry for love my dear,There is nothing God cannot do.If you desire to marry a man that will love you ,it can still happen.I have seen people divorce at over 40 and found love again.It is never too late. Pls don’t buy a husband that will give u the title “Mrs”.. Marry for love and companionship.All the best hun.

  8. Enny Heart Heart

    March 10, 2017 at 11:40 am

    After you cussed at Kenya Moore during the Oge okay drama! F**king double standards.

  9. Peace

    March 10, 2017 at 2:35 pm

    Abeg vomit our (Delta State) bail out fund. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa sent to you to keep for him.
    Pls we need the morning.

  10. Peace

    March 10, 2017 at 2:36 pm

    ……….need the money

  11. mas

    March 10, 2017 at 11:12 pm

    What God has put together let no man put asunder. But it is also true that what God has put asunder let no man put together. Food for thought

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