- A man had to defend his wife after a hater blasted her for posting a photo of them on social media
- He shut down the troll and managed to stand up for all women
- The entrepreneur's genius response was praised by tweeps
Although we live in the 21st century, where major movements have been made to empower women, there are still those individuals who believe females should adhere to certain social rules.
However, one man shut down a hater after he slammed his wife for showing off too much skin while they were on holiday in Dubai.
Businessman Neo De Jenero treated his wife, Olwethu Leshabane, to a vacay in Dubai- and the mom of three enjoyed herself so much she posted snaps on her social media accounts.
However, one social media user felt no "respected married woman" should post such revealing images on Instagram, nor should she wear a skimpy bathing suit on the beach.
The lengthy post, which insulted her character, prompted the most legendary reply from Jenero.
The entrepreneur told the hater he was the one who took the photo his wife posted on Instagram and that he, or she, should not impose a 'dress code' for the beach on anyone, especially his wifey.
Jenero added the ‘ideals of respect’ the hater was talking about was dated ad it continued to encourage patriarchy.
“Let women make their own choices about their lives, including but not limited to what to wear, where and when to wear it,” he wrote.
The dad then went on to point out the double standards in the troll’s comment about his wife’s photo.
“I posted half naked. I only had shorts on. No one expressed any issues with that expect that I need to get in better shape, but you guys want to be out here going on about how my wife should dress at the beach with 34 degrees Dubai heat.”
The post sparked quite the reaction on social media and tweeps praised Jenero for his genius clap back.
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