- Popular Lagos socialite, Pretty Mike, has taken to social media to advise his fellow men
- According to him, most men do not get sympathy from people when they express their pain
- Mike however advised them to put their egos aside and cry if they needed to, instead of dying in silence
Popular socialite, Pretty Mike, has taken to social media for the umpteenth time to share his interesting views but this time focused on men who are afraid to show their pain.
In a post on his Instagram page, the Lagos big boy said that these days, if men expressed their hurt, they would be called talkative or immature.
Explaining further, Mike added that people are unaware of men who also stay in toxic relationships because they do not share their stories.
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“The fact that our ego, as men wouldn’t let us come out and cry about our women cheating on us doesn’t mean it never happened.......”
The socialite also explained how women gained sympathy when they share their stories while men die in silence so they would not be mocked.
Pretty Mike advised these men not to let depression kill them and to also come online and pour out their anger instead of ‘forming Lagos big boy’.
In his words:
"Oga Instagram community is here, feel free to express ur pain and pour out ur anger... You can’t be forming Lagos big boy."
See his post below:
Read some of the reactions to his post below:
"His just saying the truth to be honest "
"Until the society stop magnifying their own problems when someone wants to speak up "your own is a small one do u know what happened to me?" and stop belittling men who cry n complain n also stop blaming people for their problems no one will have courage to speak up"
"Men too get hurt! But trust society, man up. Toxic masculinity is killing most African men"
"Why does the last paragraph feel like he's talking to someone specifically? "
In other celebrity news, Legit.ng earlier reported that popular Nigerian singer, Dbanj, declared that he is now born again.
According to the Koko Master, whenever he says Jesus is the conqueror, he means it. Speaking further, Dbanj said if anyone was aware of his story, they would notice that he always gave honour to God in all his albums.
He cited some of his songs such as Olohun Maje, Mobo lowo wan, to back his claims.
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