Few days ago, the story of a man who had sexual relationship with nine women went viral on Facebook. Meanwhile, four out of the nine women are close friends and they never knew they were having a relationship with the same person.
While some people hold the view that bringing one’s relationship to social media may be quite dangerous, a Facebook user, Nora Oma Patrick said such incidence could have been avoided if the women had posted the picture of the man, at least once on their page.
According to her, with so much going on in the world in this present day, social media may be a way to find out more about one’s spouse. To her, there is a difference between privacy and secrecy.
What do you think?
Read her thoughts below
“In this social media era, we endlessly hear the ‘keep your relationship out of social media advice.’
That being said, I am a believer of doing things in moderation. A believer of everything has its own advantage and disadvantage. In the process of keeping your relationship zero out of the so called social media, your boyfriend might be unknowingly dating you and six other ladies.
Your husband might be unknowingly married to you and two other women.He might even be a ghost, you never can tell these days.
With everything that happened on Facebook this week, lesson learned is that there is a difference between being private and being secretive. You don’t have to show us what y’all eat for breakfast or lunch everyday, the colour of your bedroom or how many times you shine Congo.
But once in a while, publicly celebrate your love, show your partner, post his picture, publicly own your relationship to avoid ‘akuko.’
Ladies talk to each other more. Stop hiding your relationship from each other. Worst case scenario, they snatch the man and indirectly save you from future heartbreaks. Try and talk to each other.
The only way that randy man oshi can pull off his parable of seven virgins stunt was because of lack of communication. Not that he is the smartest person on earth.
Nonsense and earthworm Peepee”.
Nora Oma Patrick.
In this social media era, we endlessly hear the keep your relationship out of social media advice. That being said, I…