Reno Omokri warns against putting relationships on social media

Reno Omokri warns against putting relationships on social media

- Reno Omokri recently took to social media to share his thoughts about relationships on social media

- According to him, many marriages have been greatly affected due to social media

- The social media critic opined that one didn't have to post their partners on social media for them to be real

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While many people love the idea of flaunting their partners on social media, it appears Nigerian author and former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, is not one of them.

In some of his recent tweets, he t expressed his thoughts about putting one's relationship on social media.

According to him, not posting about one's partner does not translate to a lack of love for them.

Reno Omokri warns against putting relationships on social media
Omokri advised against putting relationships on social media. Photo credit: @renoomokri
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He said:

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"Love is not expressed on social media. relationships last longer when you keep them offline. Valuable things are not frequently exposed to the public."

In another tweet, Omokri opined that many marriages suffer trauma because os the drama caused by social media.

"Social media can be shallow. Don’t let it swallow you!" he warned.

In another tweet, he emphasized on keeping relationships private.

He wrote:

"Many marriages are in shambles, because private lives of couples are made public. They post baby bump and the lump sum they make. Yet, they are surprised when the marriage becomes bumpy. Keep somethings private. It is a marriage, not a reality show."

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Meanwhile, Omokri recently took to social media to talk about a quality that should not be overlooked before marriage.

In his words via a tweet, the author stated that before people go ahead to marry anyone, it is a must to see how they react when they are angry as it removes the veil and personality they assume in public.

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Reno continued by advising that it is fine to deliberately provoke a man or a woman to get their reaction in case they don’t anger easily.

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