What works for one particular person relating to marriage might not give you the results you want! Roommates everyone seems to be entitled to their opinion relating to love and marriage. Earlier this week, we shared a TikTok video with a lady who spoke about marriage being a chunk of paper, and it sparked up fairly a debate. Some of everybody stepped into The Shade Room to share their ideas. However, Tokyo Vanity shared her opinion in a prolonged put up on her Instagram web page and opened up about why she didn’t just like the phrase.
Tokyo wrote, “Marriage is just a piece of paper. I can’t stand that saying, if you are broken, say that. If you have never seen a successful marriage, say that. If you don’t like committing, say that. If you were raised by a bitter woman who told you, “Ni***s ain’t s**t,” say that. If your father was a Rolling Stone and put a destructive outlook on girls or dedication, say that.”
Tokyo continued and even spoke on the taboo within the Black neighborhood about women and men needing counseling however refusing to go as a result of of the stigma that folks say it’s “white people s**t.”
The “SBA” rapper additionally spoke on wanting to maintain the standard values of being married earlier than bringing a baby into the world. Supa Cent, one of Tokyo’s besties, stepped into The Shade Room to touch upon her good friend’s put up. “Facts. The bitter and hurt have the most opinions about relationships. If a couple shares happy moments, they have to doubt they’re happy. If a man buys his woman a gift,” Supa mentioned. “They say it’s an apology gift. You can tell just from blog comments that a lot of women don’t believe in happy relationships.”
Many of the roommates agreed with Tokyo. One mentioned, “Looks like she covered all the bases on this.” Roommates, what do yall take into consideration what Tokyo mentioned?
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