You disagree with a tweet. But rather than attack the idea or concept you don't agree with, you attack the person who tweeted.
So, she won't take off her nose ring to please the prospective in-laws she's meeting for the first time.....
That's her choice.
Saying she'll be in Shiloh or look for pastors to pray for her to get married in future is stupid. And quite myopic.
If you have a valid reason why she should take it off, by all means share it.
If I were asked, I'd say to the lady....
As long as your partner is cool with it and you intend to continue wearing it afterwards.
However, also know that as there's a partner for every person who....
I have dressed the way a former suitor's parents preferred. Only to be disqualified because I'm Ibibio.
Never mind his father who insisted on referring to me as Omo Igbo.
Or was it my friend who was told to dress accordingly and was....
Or is it the one whose mother rejected me because her brother chose to marry a Calabar woman against the family's advice. Juju, they said.
I was blamed for it, unborn as I was when it happened😂
I've met another's mum who loved me right off the bat, no reason needed.
When I asked why they were so accepting, his Mum said that they'd raised their son right and trusted that his upbringing to help him choose right.
These ones will come to your home and accuse you of how wearing trousers after fraudulently gaining their approval.
Just take a comprehensive look at the situation, make your decision and be ready for whatever reaction comes.
Lastly guys, honestly!!!!
It's 2018. Let's stop using singlehood as an insult on women for making certain choices.
Even if they're saying it to sound woke. It really is silly. Don't do it.