YouTuber Brenda Jons has once again taken to her Instagram page to address the issue of toxic relationships. Sharing a cryptic post, she shockingly stated that some relationships are too toxic to the point one gets congratulatory messages when he/she eventually decides to quit.
Her statement comes at a time the country is concerned with the growing number of murders and suicides involving those who are in relationships. On this, different groups, both from the government side and the none-governmental organizations have taken the fight to end the gender-based violence.
In a different post, she asked her male friends to be careful when dealing with their female partners. Sharing a picture, she told men to be cautious when a lady asks a question, then put the posture like the one shared.
According to her, that posture only mean one thing, the lady already knows the answer to the question she has asked, and was only there to do some confirmation. This lines in the line of popular belief that women always have some percentage of information before asking the question.
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