Domestic violence, particularly female celebrities being beaten by their men has for some time now taken premium time across mass media. From Tonto Dikeh’s crashed marriage to Vicky Zugah’s all four ex-boyfriends beating her.
Worst of it all is when a South African young man burnt his beautiful girlfriend to death.
According to Nollywood Actress, Empress Njamah some of this wife battery cases emanate from the headstrong attitude some of these women exhibit towards their men.
MyJoyOnline.com has reported Miss Njamah to have said that “There are men who are more beaten up emotionally than the women they beat up physically. Some women are headstrong and can traumatize their men mentally that they don’t know when they hit in anger”
“A man might have experienced one or two things growing up. These men need us to be supportive. Women should help these men control their anger” she added.
In the post with a tone that sounds like enough of solely blaming men for domestic violence, the actress emphasized that men are babies and expected to be treated as such so women should treat their men like they will treat their babies.
“Stop getting advice from single women, don’t let them mislead you, instead read books…men are babies, they wanted to be treated like babies and that is why some go on to cheat when their wives are frustrating them.” Njamah wrote.
However, checks by GhanaCelebrities.com on Empress Njamah’s Instagram page shows she presently has no post as such making us believe she might have received some heat from some feminists which coerced her to delete the post.