Popular Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, has advised people in abusive relationships to leave before it’s too late.
The beautiful screen diva gave this advice while replying to a fan who asked for her opinion on domestic abuse in relationships.
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“Hello, queen, please, what is your honest take on domestic violence?” “Stay and pray for change or walk away,” the follower asked.
Responding, Juliet, who noted that her advice for anyone in abusive relationships is that they leave, revealed that she too had been a victim.
She said she fought her way out of the situation. She advised the lady to plan her escape and exit before its too late.
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“Walk the hell away girl, I have been a victim myself, no staying. I fought my way out of situations and one has to be strategic about it as well. And have someone you can trust on the outside to inform and you both plan your escape and exit before it’s too late”.
In other news, ace comedian Basketmouth’s estranged wife, Elsie, has asked Nigerians to stop marriage-shaming women.
Elsie, in a video she shared on her Instagram page on Friday, January 6, said marriage is not something someone should rush into, so society should allow women to do what works best for them.
She stated that, as lovely as marriage is, it’s pure hard work; thus, people should only marry when they are certain they are ready.
“You need to understand that if a woman is not married, it’s because she is probably taking her time or she hasn’t met the right person because you do not want to rush into this institution called marriage in the name of wanting to get married on time and end up rushing out because marriage can be touch. As beautiful as it is, it is hardwork. If a woman decides that she is not ready yet, you need to let her be. Stop with the derogatory remarks”. She said.