Do some married women talk too much about their husbands?


Tamera Mowry-Housley claps back at fan

The TV personality, was recently criticised on social media for repeatedly referring to her husband Adam Housley on The Real, a show she co-hosts with Tamar Braxton, Adrienne Houghton, Loni Love, and Jeannie Mai.

A fan that follows the show on Instagram expressed her opinions and Tamera didn’t leave that lying down. The actress’s response was subtle but effective at the same time. We’d like to believe the fan would never come at her again for that.

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Siba Mtongana isn’t apologetic about her husband Brian

Our March cover star Siba Mtongana has also faced the same backlash for always mentioning her husband Brian on her cooking show Siba’s Table. However, in true Siba style, she doesn’t let that faze her. In the cover story she revealed that she and Brian met when she was only 17-years-old and they've never looked back.

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Linda Mtoba makes the hashtag #MrsHusband her trademark

Another local celebrity who decided to go with the criticism and turn it into a positive is actress Linda Mtoba. She had her nuptials in 2017 and after they jetted off to their honeymoon, the actress went all out on social media, captioning her snaps with “#MrsHusband”. As much this started off as a backlash, Linda turned it into something positive that is part of what defines her. 

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Umuntu Wakhe. #stillsbyhubby

A post shared by Mrs Linda "Oyena" M (@linda_mtoba) on

Wife'd #stillsbyhubby #mrshusband

A post shared by Mrs Linda "Oyena" M (@linda_mtoba) on

Here’s what you can learn from women who talk a lot  about their spouses:

·      They don’t do it intentionally.

·      Most of their stories are interesting and charming. There are probably one or two people who can relate to the story.

·      Take it as an opportunity to learn the dynamics of other relationships besides your own.

Keep in mind that everything that you interact with naturally, be it music, your friends, work, or your partner will have an influence in your life and it will happen unintentionally.

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