Lydia Forson, an actress, has put a fan who sent her unsolicited marriage and childbearing advice in the right place.
The infamous fan, who claimed to care and love the filmmaker, asked her to give birth even if she was not ready to marry.
Infuriated by the message, the 38-year-old took to Twitter to respond to the sender, claiming that what the fan wrote to her lacks any element of love.
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According to Miss Forson, kids are not sold on online marketplaces like Amazon, where she can simply walk in and buy one.
“I’m only sharing this here so people who send or say this daily understand that this is NOT love,” the social critic tweeted in response to the fan.
“Love will have the emotional intelligence to know that babies are NOT bought on Amazon; nor do they guarantee your legacy lives on,” she added.
Miss Forson concluded by urging people to “stop policing women’s wombs.”
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