Eva Alordiah Explains Why Women Remain In Abusive Relationships
Nigerian rapper, Eva Alordiah has explained why women stay in abusive relationships.
RIPPLES NIGERIA reports that Eva Alordiah wrote this on her Twitter account on Wednesday.
Read what she wrote below;Information Guide Nigeria
” If you’re selling p*ssy, just say so..” this phrase “Men are providers” has got a lotta people growing a toxic sense of entitlement.
PSA: Men have needs too!
“A man is happy to provide where he feels nurtured and cared for. It is in their nature. He cannot go against nature, all things being equal.
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“Let’s make relationships healthy again.
“Escape into your own sense of wonder and individualism. Do your own thing, make your own money.
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