- Entrepreneur Laura Ikeji has advised women to protect their mental health
- The mum of two said this while addressing women on her social media page
- Laura stated that dating a violent person cannot be described as love
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Fashion entrepreneur Laura Ikeji has taken to her social media page to slam women who give excuses to stay in abusive relationships.
Laura, whose post seemed to be addressing a specific person, noted that she isn't talking to anyone in particular.
The entrepreneur stated that there is nothing cool about a man that beats his woman. She urged women who are in such situations to leave.
"There's nothing worse than dating a violent man. He beats you all the time but you call it love. There's nothing cool about being in a toxic relationship. Grow up. Protect your mental health."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ehi Ogbebor was angry after a school demanded to interview her with her baby daddy before enrolling her daughter.
The interior designer had shared a video of her little girl reading a big colour book. According to her, her daughter can't wait to start school.
She then noted that she is not satisfied with the two schools that she planned for her daughter to attend.
According to her, one of the schools had the audacity to tell her that her daughter can't be admitted until both parents are jointly interviewed.
She then asked her followers to give referrals to good schools for her little girl. Ehi's little girl is the product of her short marriage to billionaire businessman Ken Bramor.
Sola Oloruni is a Legit.ng journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.
Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.