Few days ago, a young lady with the twitter handle, @Khrystauna shared a conversation between herself and her mother, after the latter asked her to get a boyfriend.
She shared the conversation on micro-blogging platform, Twitter, and it has sparked outrage, with folks wondering the kind of “unhealthy” relationship they both have.
Read the Conversation below;
Immediately she shared the above screenshot, folks came for her…
Empress Tee, with the handle, @yournovacane_ tweeted in reply; “Shoulda replied “you a ho.e cause you slept with him as well, you are what you sleep with”.
Another Twitter User, Zoe wondered what kinda relationship she got with her mother, She simply wrote;
Another user, @VyRoseHill felt the “disrespect”, comes from black parents in general.. She wrote: “That was so uncalled for. I swear black parents are just so disrespectful for no reason!”
@Justkarre_ wrote: “In what way, shape or form is it okay to talk to your child like this. Stop normalizing sh*t like this. This is not ok.”
Khrystauna then defended her mom…
Khrystauna then quoted the conversation she shared and said; “For everyone who is so sensitive about this post. My mom and I have a close relationship and joke like we’re sisters ALL THE TIME. It took us years to develip that relationship and I am so grateful for it. Get the f*** out y’all feelings and move along.”
A Twitter user, @emsdjl agreed with Khrys and said she’d rather have a relationship with her mother this way.. She wrote; “I’d rather have a relationship like this with my mother than none at all! It shows y’all are close asf, this is beautiful to me idc.”
Khrys then responded; “Girl yes, because folks are getting in their feelings about the way she’s talking to me. I’m a grown ass woman and so is she. Twitter too sensitive for me.”
Khrys latere later told her mum they have gone viral on Twitter but her mum replied telling her that viral means nothing to her if it isn’t paying her bills.
Her mother went on to say that anyone who got offended by their chat was raised by their parents to be p–sies.