Actress Lydia Forson is worried about her marital status being discussed by Ghanaians.
According to the actress, she wonders if her marital status feeds and clothes Ghanaians since some people have decided to make it a point for discussion in the media.
This came as a reaction to a show on TV Africa called “PAE MU KA” after she headlined their discussions.
On the show, the host and her panellists said Lydia should be married with three kids but she sits on TV to say it’s stupid ask her if she’s married.
Following this, the actress wrote; “there are so many nasty ways I can respond to this, but I’m going to choose not to. And before you tell me to ignore, you have to walk a mile in my shoes, to understand how it feels to be constantly berated by people who know nothing about you, your life, struggles etc.” “Why a happily married woman, would be so engrossed in the life of another woman not only baffles me but exposes a lot about her.” “It seems this is the only way to gain popularity and notoriety these days, but my dear you must be prepared for every smoke it comes with.” “So when things start to fall apart in your life, you know you laid the foundation.” Why my marital status is a constant subject of conversation is something I will never understand, does it feed, clothe or improve your life in any way? ?These are the people who’ll be suffering in their homes, crying at night, suffering abuse but will stay silent to maintain their “title”. Happy people rarely worry about other people