It's a new day, a wonderful Monday morning, a new week, and another opportunity for us to step out there and accomplish those goals we set to achieve. We pray for God's grace to abide with us in all our endeavors. Amen.
Meanwhile, a lot of things have been trending online this early Monday morning, from Chelsea Vs. Man United match in which Manchester United lost to Chelsea in their home, to the Unveiling of the Big Brother Naija Show, with many reactions trailing the new housemates in the Show.
#Justice for Izu" is also trending too. Izu is a promising young man who committed suicide after he was falsely accused of rape by a lady identified as Nanichasse on social media. Izu has to take his life as he couldn't stand the pressure and dragging of being tagged as a rapist, of which he wasn't. So saddening.
The #JusticeforIzu hashtag also gave birth to another hashtag "Fearwomen" that has become a significant trending topic that has gotten the attention of many. Over five thousand people are already talking about it on Twitter.
Under the Fear women hashtag, many men were disclosing the bad experience they had with the other genders of which serves as a big lesson to them, always to be careful when treading through the path of women.
The women are not left out too; they equally engaged in the already trending topic sharing their experience also, while advising their fellow women to desist from any act that is likely going to bring their gender a bad name.
Here are some reactions.
Well, to me, not every woman out there is evil and bad. My mother, my sisters, are not bad people. You as a woman reading this, I know also that you are not inhumane. The only problem we have is that some women have chosen to become the bad apples, thus bringing the generalization. But in any way, Still fear those women.