Some men are trash but they aren’t always the problem - VLogger Ronke Raji
- Ronke Raji recently took to social media to speak up against the “men are trash” ideology
- According to the blogger, some men may be trash but they aren’t always the problems
- Raji state’s that women also have their issues just the same way men do
Abroad-based Nigerian fashion vlogger, Ronke Raji, has taken to social media to share her thoughts on the constant bashing of men online.
Raji in a tweet expressed that she finds it crazy how men are often demeaned in the society. The fashionista who admitted that some men may have done some crazy things but according to her, they aren’t always the problem.
She tweeted: "One thing that I find really crazy in today’s society is the constant demeaning of men. Like yes, some men are trash BUT they aren’t always the problem."
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She continued: "All I’m saying is I’ve seen a lot more people talking about trash men continuously like women don’t have the things they do also. This is just MY opinion, I’ve seen men that have done some crazy things but I’ve seen women do so too. That’s all"
Apparently, not everyone seemed to agree with her tweet but Raji stood her grounds as she tweeted: "I'm saying this once. I’ve seen a lot more men are trash tweets this year. I get it there are different men out there and some can be crazy. I’m clarifying that women also have their things as well. This is only MY opinion and it’s okay for you to have yours."
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