- A Twitter user called Zoya has shared how she escaped getting married to a toxic partner
- Zoya stated that if she had followed through with her wedding plans, she would have lived a miserable life
- The young lady urged other women to look out for the red flags in their relationships and then leave if they find any
A young lady identified as Zoya has taken to her social media page to thank God for making sure she didn't follow through with her wedding. According to her, she was supposed to get married on Wednesday, 22 July.
Narrating her story on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, Zoya revealed that God saved her from a miserable life with an emotionally unavailable and unstable man.
Describing her ex-husband-to-be as an abusive, misogynistic and manipulative person, the beautiful fair lady said that she would have lived a miserable life.
According to her, God saved her from what would have become a miserable life with her ex-lover.
Zoya went on to advise ladies about red flags in their relationships. She stated that if a woman is wondering if her relationship has red flags, then it probably does.
According to her, her story should be a sign for other women to leave toxic relationships. She noted that women deserve happiness and urged them not to settle for less than they deserve.
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Toke Mainwa said that marriages should have expiry dates and be subject to renewal.
The self-styled baby girl for life took to her Twitter page to share how she feels marriages should have expiry dates that are subject to renewal just like contracts.
According to her, people should be able to look back at their relationships, gauge things, and decide if they still want to be together.
In another story, actress Moyo Lawal said that she would become a baby mama if Kanye and Kim broke up. The curvaceous actress, who was clearly heartbroken by the ongoing drama between the celebrity couple, took to social media to weigh in on the matter.
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