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Why People Misinterpret Kindness In This Part Of The World — Ex-Beauty Queen, Dabota Lawson

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Why People Misinterpret Kindness In This Part Of The World — Ex-Beauty Queen, Dabota Lawson


Ex-beauty queen, Dabota Lawson says she has come to a conclusion that kindness, empathy and common ethics are rare in this part of the world.

In a recent post by Dabota on her Instagram page, she averred that a lot of people don’t know how to respond to politeness, good manners, compliments, and civil behavior and a display of any of these characters will be interpreted as the person being a fool, framer or desperate.

She also pointed out that when it comes to dealing with the opposite se.x, it is translated into s3xual advancements and she described this part of the world as a real jungle.

She captioned her post follows:

People get irritated and uncomfortable when they see a group of people having fun and laughing but will quickly raise their phone to capture tragic & embarrassing moments of other people . What’s this crazy satisfaction/high that people are getting over other people struggles. 😞😔 #randomthoughts

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Check out some reactions below;

@sefavagb wrote; “Why People Misinterpret Good Manners In This Part Of The World — Ex-Beauty Queen, Dabota Lawson”

@chidora5 wrote; “Same thing they did to.whitemoney, all his good acts was tagged fake. People are used to toxicity, quarrels and revenge.”

@gozioleks wrote; “In this part of the world, a guy complimenting another guy is frowned at and seen as gay. A world that when a baby boy cries, his own mother beat him and tell him MEN DON’T CRY. A boy is expected to bottle up his emotions right from birth. Sick world. Nigeria and Africa as a whole needs reformation”

@nkolinirvana wrote; “Many people are hungry, angry and at war with themselves, so they get irritated when they see a group of people reminding them of something they don’t have.”

Source:tbzjournal.com

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