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Thursday, July 30, 2020

Celeb Wife Grace Makun Says Some Women Are Too Toxic To Be Wives!!!

Grace is the wife of celebrity tailor Yomi Casual Makun....

She says some women are too toxic to be married....She hit the nail so well on the head that i think i have a headache!

Meanwhile,some of you are on this Table Oooooooh...







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  1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ She should take several seats mbok and what about the deadbeat dads too?

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    1. Toxicity starts from unresolved issues which lead to bitterness but it's in one's best interest to work hard at not building up bitterness, resentment and unforgiveness. Cos it spills and affects every fibre of ur being and affects everything especially ur marriage. Before u know it u become what u r not. Sometimes in the midst of your rage, stop and ask urself why? Breathe and let all go

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    2. She may be right to some extent.

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    3. Her own marriage has almost crashed many times. πŸ™„

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    4. The post is so unintelligent.

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    5. Her post is a reflection of herself.

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  2. So she didn't see some narcissist men that don't need to marry too? Where did she get her own survey from? When I hear some men will say they are looking for who will love them the way they are,yet they are nothing to write home about oh! Uncle change abeg cos nobody wan accept rubbish!

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    1. My dear, no ego and bragging she doing under the guise of wisdom. She subtly letting us know that her marriage is surviving and stable because SHE is a cut above the rest. Who she needs to convince of her worthiness I don't know. Sometimes when things are bad at home they start making these posts to counter the low feelings. I remember when Tonto used to write the same things and then the ugly truth was revealed. Time ain't going no place, and who is alive will live to see the outcome.

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    1. If people just marry for one year. Them go start to give marriage advise. Madam shift biko.

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  4. But she is right about the igbos. No Igbo man will marry a lady without proper investigation about the life of the lady and the family. They will even ask enemies of the family self.

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    1. So does it mean Igbos dont experience failed marriages or suffer abuse in marriages πŸ˜πŸ€”?
      One should just pray to God to give one his or her soul mate, the bone of your bone and flesh of your flesh 🀷🏾‍♀️.

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    2. In other words,there are no broken homes in Igbo land?

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    3. Make una dey try read and understand what someone is saying before you start arguing or start bashing someone. I was talking about the part she mentioned what the igbos does before they go into marrying a woman, thorough FBI shit. Abeg I fall from bed last night I no get strength. ������������

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    4. But why are you always misunderstood?

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  5. πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

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  6. Life has a way of doing things to humble us. We will live to see.

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    1. So true...

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    2. True talk. Sometimes we mistakenly think that we are above and better than others. When this happens God has a way of humbling us. As they say, pride comes before a fall. She should be careful but at least if tomorrow something happens to her marriage we will all know that it's her fault. Abi??🀷🏾‍♀️ After all she said that 80% of crashed marriages is because of women. Only God knows where she found those statistics. I repeat: pride comes before a fall πŸ—£πŸ—£πŸ—£πŸ—£πŸ—£. We will all be here to see.

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    3. Leave her be. She posted that on her IG for her followers and friends but Stella decided to help her broadcast it to the world.πŸ“’πŸ”Š

      The 80% broken marriages she referred to are the ones she knows.Let them worry over her opinion.

      Please, don't wait for her marriage to fail. Igbo women rarely leave their marriages except there is violence or threat to life.

      Pick the good point she made there - "IJU ESE".

      Don't just marry anyone and into any family. It's not just about the woman's character but genetic diseases and generational curses.
      Some families experience sudden or violent deaths, gruesome misfortunes, siblings murdering each other etc. It takes salvation in Christ to break these curses and transform lives.

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  7. They are not difficult to spot here.
    Make your opinion, they attack you like bees.
    They will curse your generations unborn and in graves.
    They are more bitter than death.
    Eccl. 7:36
    I find more bitter than death the woman who is a snare, whose heart
    is a trap and whose hands are chains. The man who pleases God will
    escape her, but the sinner she will ensnare.
    🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️

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  8. Not all fine girls are marriageable but ugly girls are? It is beliefs such as these ones that make people fool themselves. How About we say not "All GIRLS"? Always equating good looks, wealth and every other good variable with bad manners.
    Not all fine men are good husbands till you fool yourself into dating an ugly man because you feel he would treat you right and you won't have competitors only to see he is a demon in human flesh.
    Not all rich guys are faithful till your realise immorality has nothing on the weight of a man's pocket and the broke ones aren't angels.

    Back to her rants. A particular gender doesn't define the success of most marriages on a large scale. A good person is a good person irrespective of gender. Men and women should make themselves accountable in relationships and stop all these fault findings and finger-pointings.

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    1. Well said,a particular gender doesn't define the success of most marriagesπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    2. 'a good person is a good person irrespective of gender'πŸ‘Œ nicely put

      πŸ’•

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    3. So true!. Laxk of accountability is the cause of most marriage problems. And very bad communication skills. If you do not know how to show any emotion except anger, stay single!

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    4. Very correct @ Sabella

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    5. Daniella, so on point!!! Wisdom no go kee you!πŸ‘

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  9. Proverbs 21:19
    Better to live in a desert than with a quarrelsome and nagging wife.
    Prov. 25:24 Better to live on the roof than share the house with a nagging wife.
    🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️🀦🏻‍♀️

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  10. It takes two to make a marriage work. Marriage doesn't depend on the woman alone cos if she does everything within her power to keep her home and the man is impossible, will she kill herself?

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  11. I wouldn't say she's absolutely right, but to some extent especially the 'Iju ese',this custom of my people really saved my cousin who was about to get married to a lady whose family members don't stay married in their family. My cousin met her abroad,they fell intensely in love and soon made their intention of getting married. My cousin's father insists on making enquiries about her family, a lot of things no one would be proud of getting involved with was going on in that family.we heard her mom abandoned them and ran after an army officer who was her husband's friend, later the man threw her out and she's living alone running a brothel in asaba,one of the brother was a notorious armed robber who was killed by bakasi men in aba.Her elder sisters were all separated from husband and baby daddies. I personally don't like writing someone off but after much persuasion my cousin called it quit. He got married to another lady,some years later,we heard that lady was thrown out after six months of marriage for concealing a pregnancy before marriage.she was arrested for conniving with her mom to sell her mom's man friend's property, infact her mom stole the land paper from the man.she served 4 years in prison, now she has three kids from three different men. Recently we heard she has been missing since 2017 December, she left her children in a custody of her friend to attend new year party somewhere in port Harcourt. So it is important to know the family of your intending spouse before marriage although it can't prevent one totally from bad marriage.

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    1. So basically she was judged based on the actions of others. Na wa

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    2. @EkaJoy, they turned out to be right. Didn't you read the rest of the story?

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    3. @Eka some things run in some families. I know a family that their women(from grand mother, mother to daughters) don't stay married and they're very beautiful. A former colleague wanted to marry into the family, his family went for 'finding out visit' they came back with same story. I and a lot of his friends told him she may be different, he convinced his folks and married her. She took a walk from the marriage after some months. Till today when you ask her what really happened, she will say nothing that she's just tired. The guy has long remarried with 2kids now.

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    4. Abeg who wants to marry into such family. Im sorry to say i dont care if dat person himself is good but i dont want to associate with family one is arm robber,mother runs brothels,sisters are nothn to write home abt.
      Its a different case if its just maybe its d mother dat is a bad egg but d rest are good; i can still say okay lets go ahead.
      Abeg everyone wants to be married into a decent family not family they will be bailing the mother and broda from police station daily.
      Our parents didnt train us with all dere sweat to be associated with criminals in d name of love.

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    5. Thank you Eka Joy, @golden eye, what that family did was wrong, I hope they will be judged also for this act by another family then they will feel the pain and heartache they caused another...

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    6. Go and marry her now @Anon 00:30. Goody-two-shoes❗

      Search for her, let you or your brother marry her and become her 4th babydaddy while you all visit her in prison for her next crime. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  12. After an incident today,I now realize I have temper issues. I can endure whatever a woman does to me but if it's a man,I just lose control.
    I really wish I can control my tongue sometimes

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    1. Could be daddy-issue or authority figure-issue. How does your father show up in your life? How did he treat your mother? Did he differentiate between male and female children? Was he condescending to women? Did he/does he respect women? Or was there a male authority figure in your life who mistreated you?

      Please try and see a therapist to help you through the anger. Anger is usually as a result of an untreated factor based on fear.

      All the best.

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  13. Lol..
    Women that support themselves.. Haba nah.. they have been supporting themselves this week in Black and White photo challenge πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ..
    Nonsense.. they only support themselves in rubbish.. but when they need tangible things, they run to men for support and assistance

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  14. 80% Grace ?! Madame where did u get this statistics from? Women done suffer sha

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    1. My dear, I just tire with the exaggerated figure.

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    2. Grace be statistician nau. Statistician extraordinaire! Tuale!

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    3. 80% of the married women she knows or in shpere of contact.

      Did she call your name or seek your opinion❓

      I think she posted on her IG handle and that's her personal opinion.

      SDK just wants to entertain bvs and generate conversations.

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  15. Iju ESE or not marriage wey wan scatter go still scatter.

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  16. I wonder if he male friend or relative that made her post this. Women remember the other side of the coin when their male family members or friends become victims

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  17. When I said we women are the cause of our problems in Africa they will say am too feminist, this is a clear evidence from this senseless rubbish unproven statistic

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    1. ...but women are the problem of humanity now.
      Have you all forgotten EVE???

      I'm a woman but I keep thinking why EVE came into the scene and chose to eat that forbidden fruit. She did not stop there, but gave her husband. WHO KNOWS WHAT SHE SAID TO CONVINCE ADAM???

      EVE! EVE!! EVE!!! How many times did I call you? πŸ‘‚πŸ‘‚πŸ‘‚

      See what you caused your daughters and the whole world?

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  18. I will take her seriously when she knows the difference between "this" and these.
    When she knows that high time goes with past tense (stopped). Until then, I will be sipping my zobo in peace.

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  19. all these doormats that opted for marriage dues to whatever eason they choose will start givin statistics. epele o madam fortunate. toxic starts when there are unresolved issues oponu. face men who think they have the right to play with many hearts and pussies but women cant. dis idiot now disgusts me.

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  20. Madam swerve a beg.
    These things no get manual, if you like ju ese all you want, marriage wey go work go work if the two involved want am make e work.

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  21. So says Grace Makun that is married to a gay husband that makes money from his rich partners to sustain his family.
    Grace how dare you generalise 80% of women of all tribes accross the world like that.
    When your own so called marriage has too many skeletons. Yomi only marrried you for kids and to cover face & for a number of other reasons.

    Grace what do you even do agiain apart from the primark earrings you sell on instagram. Next time before you start your baseless judgments , check well & perhaps start from your own deceptive marriage. mchew...

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  22. Who be this one.Every Nija fake fake celebrity wife don turn to advisers.

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  23. She has started

    She thinks she has the blueprint of marriage. She has started . Marry in peace and leave another woman alone.


    KING XOXO MYSTERY

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    1. Grace shouldnt even be d one talking.
      Just enjoy ur marriage in peace...dont let evil ppl remember u.

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    2. Thank u o. Grace, abi make mende people talk. As in those for ajose o

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  24. That's how Sonia Ogbonna too started.
    Go and ask her how far ...Madam married woman. Like husband like wife. Educated illiterates

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  25. See this one ! Are you not a woman and most likely at the fore front of that acclaimed 80% you mentioned.

    Yomi left his childhood baby mama to marry you after she suffered and laboured with him just because she is dark skinned.

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  26. Baby Malu Over30 July 2020 at 21:02

    This marriage of a thing does not have a blueprint, it's continuous efforts fervent prayers,God's grace that makes one succeed and remain fulfilled in marriage. May God grant us everlasting peace in our homesπŸ™

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  27. So with all your Iju Ese Na Yomi you see your marry!

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    1. When she's from a deep pit, the gutter will look appealing.

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