• The socialite and businesswoman addressed the matter on her Instagram stories where she said girls should wait it out.
• She wondered why most relationships end after a child is born.
Huddah Monroe has issued a cautionary message to young girls wanting to dive into motherhood.
The socialite and businesswoman addressed the matter on her Instagram stories where she said girls should wait it out.
She was referring to the story of US actress Keke Palmer who has filed a restraining order against her baby daddy with accusations of abusing her multiple times.
She wondered why most relationships end after a child is born.
"Young ladies, please dont have a child before 35. Go get a 10-year contraceptive. Call my gynecologist even. He will advise. Do not rush and bring a child into this messy world. People need to find themselves & God before they find your womb sis!"
The Rich Beauty entrepreneur pointed out the current reality in Kenya to prove her point
"90 percent of females are single parents. And NOT by choice. Some are single parents in a marriage. See the trend and close your legs until you know you can handle your sh*t"
"And I'm no feminist. I hate the whole movement coz it's one of the reasons we are where we are today. Take time to learn someone, when they are angry. when they are happy. Do they have the mental capacity to handle any situation? I fear people who shout or throw things when angry. I'll never talk to you again," she laughed adding to her thoughts.
Huddah appeared to be aware that her comments may be ignored
"Some y'all see the red flags from day 0 but chose to be blind"
A fan agreed with her about this saying we get into relationships with peopel we do know and only time reveals who they really are.
Huddah was impressed they got her message
"That's why it's good to take your time to really get to know them. In all ways. Like Keke was with the dude for 2 years, that's a short period. And even in that short time, you can trust your instincts which women are blessed with, and also trust the sh** you see. "