Monalisa Chinda Says Women Have Running Okro Mouth As She Changes Stand On Domestic Violence

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September 12, 2017 – Monalisa Chinda Says Women Have Running Okra Mouth, Warns Them To Quit Provoking Men To Anger

Nollywood actress Monalisa Chinda  has finally aired her new view of domestic violence now that she is happily married to Victor Tonye Coker.

The mother of one who used to blame men for domestic violence has changed her stand.

In an interview with The Other News, Monalisa talked about sexual harassment and domestic violence.

Her words:

My Take On Sexual Harassment:

My Take On Domestic Violence:

This is the same madam who used to rain coal of fire on men for abusing their wives… Now she has a new view of the controversial subject.

Marriage has a way of changing people for the better.

8 thoughts on “Monalisa Chinda Says Women Have Running Okro Mouth As She Changes Stand On Domestic Violence

  1. What she said is the truth. Some women have bullet tongue that can make even the most quiet gentleman see red and do the unthinkable. Ladies please if there is anything your man is doing that you don’t like, quietly call and talk to him. Two of you will discuss your concern and I bet you 8 out of 10 he will see reason with you if you are right and you guys will go back being sugar and honey and things will be alright. What we men hate is nagging, motor mouth and bullet words coming from you. This will drive the us into another woman’s arms instead of lifting our hands on you. Any man that beats a woman is a coward and the society frowns at that. So, instead of violence, keep quiet, swallow your pride and she will come back to her senses.

  2. SHE’S KEEPING it real. Blessed be whatsoever it is that made her see things objectively. Men are blamed the whole time when they lay a finger on their wives(thought I don’t support that). But tackling an effect without looking at the cause never solved any problem. Women should be taught to STOP running their mouths against men. This is what feminism would never teach them. Feminism teaches gender equality at the expense of submissiveness. Women thus lose their respect for men and are ready to slay, maul or mutilate men with words. Yet, at this stage, there is “no” domestic violence until the man replies the woman with a slap.

    WE SHOULD change our thinking o.

  3. Nothing justifies domestic or any physical violence because violence is driven by anger, an emotion that is not rational and could lead to regrettable consequences.
    If somebody is verbally abusive, simply repeat what words he says and use them right back and you will be surprised at how offended the aggressor will be that those same words he used on him or her. This is particularly effective when the initiator of the abuse is older than the person repeating same. Words for words is fair enough and break no bones.

  4. Now I can call her beautiful lady, this is how a normal person should talk instead of her previous utterances against men. Thanks Chinda, I happy and I am having a good er**tion right now!

  5. It is an irony that Mona Lisa Chinda used the perception of those in developed societies to buttress a point and later expressed an idea that these civilised societies would find repugnant or detestable and that is blaming the victim. Someone needs to drill into us that provocation is not an excuse to harm someone, just walk away from the scene. If we are enlightened, we are enlightened and what Mona Lisa claimed does not convey the standpoint of a truly enlightened person What she said is tantamount to the claim that women are raped because they are too attractive or 50 per cent are raped because they are tempting. There must be no justification for any form of attack,especially on a weaker gender. Would you grab someone’s food because the smell was too tantalising? A true test of any man’s decency is his reaction to situations and I do not think it is right to subscribe to the view that a fellow human being should be attacked for infuriating you. We are not nearderthals!

    I hope Mona Lisa Chinda was not trying to confess that what she claimed to have suffered in the hands of Dejo-Richards was not true or was exaggerated.

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