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Zari Hassan: Stop judging other people’s relationships

South African Ugandan-based business woman Zari Hassan has come out to tells off critics to stop judging other people’s relationships as no one is perfect including herself.

The mother of five through her post noted that the society has been so judgmental on relationships, and people should know that matters of the heart are complicated to some extent that is beyond our understanding.

This comes after a section of her fans went all in on her relationship with her man Cedric Anthony aka King Bae.

Zari has told off critics who criticize other people’s relationships

“It has become a habit in society that we tend to judge people’s relationship in one way or another. I said ‘we’ including myself because I ain’t no saint, and at times I have fallen into the trap and not so positive way of thinking. Matters of the heart are complicated to some extent that are beyond our understanding.”

“For example: When a young girl dates an older man she is instantly branded a gold digger, when an older woman dates a younger man, she is a Craddle Snatcher or maybe a desperate person.”

“When a woman or man dates someone more financially established by status quo this becomes a case of “you are after her or his money”. When you date a not so good looking man or woman that also raises a-few eyebrows because society kinda narrows you down depending on your status. Eg: A doctor or pilot,  or oh no she sells at a market stall you can’t be dating such?!?! When your man or woman isn’t up to your standards, its a conversation of “levels”. Oh she or he can’t fit in with us”.

Zari Hassan says relationships should be unconditional.

Zari was keen to point out that love should be unconditional and not based on someone’s status in the society or financial stability

“There are questions like; what does he or she do for a living, who are in her/his circle?!? This convoluted discussions and saga continues……. Love is and should be unconditional, love can be found in the most bizarre places with the least expected person. Its not the status nor the levels, not the financial stability or the public elevated status the list cld go on.  I wana hear from you. Do these points mentioned have a factor when you decide to love someone?”

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