Women are wicked, I fear us - Actress Regina Chukwu

Women are wicked, I fear us - Actress Regina Chukwu

- Nollywood actress, Regina Chukwu, has taken to social media to lament about the wickedness of fellow women

- The film star asked why women have shown themselves to be greatly wicked even when they are the ones supposed to have a nurturing and caring spirit

- Chukwu penned down a lengthy post to react to the numerous news of women torturing and maltreating the young ones kept in their care

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In recent times, a number of tragic stories have taken over the social media space. Some of these stories include women being terribly wicked to their domestic staff and underage children kept in their care.

Nollywood actress, Regina Chukwu, recently took to social media via her Instagram page to react to these evil acts being perpetrated by women. According to the film star, women are wicked and she fears them.

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Chukwu asked why women seem to be showing that they are greatly wicked even though they are meant to be the ones with tender and compassionate hearts.

Women are wicked, I fear us - Actress Regina Chukwu

Nollywood actress, Regina Chukwu. Photo: @reginachukwu / IG.
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The actress went ahead to list some wicked acts perpetrated by women on their domestic staff or children kept in their care.

She wrote: “Why are we treating our maids like slaves? Did I say slaves, sorry why are we treating children under our care like ANIMALS? Animals sef doesn’t deserve some kind of Wicked treatments melted on this kids whyyyyyyy? How can you drive a nail in another woman’s child’s head, how can you be so heartless to use a hot iron on another child’s skin, how can you be so Wicked to the extent of inserting pepper into a child’s private, how can you subject another woman’s child to sleeping in the toilet whyyyyyyyyy”

Explaining further, Regina Chukwu advised that if these women cannot cope with taking care of these kids, they should be returned to their parents. She also concluded her post with saying that women are wicked and that she fears them.

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She wrote: “Pls now women plssss we are mothers (with or without children) we should not trade that soft heart we are meant to have. If that child is stubborn pls return her to her people (no be by force o)

women are WICKED o, I fear US o.”

See her post below:

Nawa o.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that social media users called for the arrest of a woman who violently slammed her housemaid on the floor.

The video that was reportedly shared on Facebook sparked outrage from Nigerians on social media.

Nigerians took to popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to call for the arrest of the woman who abused her housemaid. In the video, the woman was seen slamming her housemaid, who is only a child, on the floor violently.

From watching the video, Legit.ng gathered that the woman had come out of her blue car, calling for the maid to follow her. She forcefully opened the door and her baby, who was sitting close to the door, fell to the floor.

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It was seen that the angry lady had blamed the maid for the baby's fall and took out the anger on the maid. Once the maid was out, she lifted the maid and slammed her on the floor.

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