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Daniel Omara: Publicly Ashaming Your Ex Shows You Are More Insecure

After a breakup, people express their hurt feelings in different ways

Some by unfollowing their exes on all socials, delete their pictures from their sites and block their contacts to cut any communication with them.

Sometimes it's worse when one is a celebrity. These are mostly body shamed, slammed for being plastic, and bearing weird personalities.

Today on The Fatboy Show, Daniel Omara said shaming an ex on social media shows how insecure the revealer is.

“The person who blasts the other is more insecure in the relationship. Whether they were right or wrong, it means they are the ones who could not keep it together because the other person probably moved on faster than they did,” said Daniel.

However, his co-host James Onen asked whether exposing the bad habits of their ex is not an advantage of its own because of how it can help others from being victimized by that person.

“These people could have a trail of destruction, but the word doesn’t portray how bad they are, and so more innocent people fall prey to them. If exposed, people are warned,” he said.

He added that sometimes a person could be broken and desperate and decide to lash out at the other, some cases based on feelings to leak nudes of their ex.

Nonetheless, he reproved the practice of revenge, adding that such is illegal and punishable by law in as much as he thought it good to speak out against some behaviors such as a fraudulent ex, or one on a mission to spread infectious diseases to others.

The Fatboy show is hosted by James Onen aka Fatboy, Olive, and Sarah every weekday from 6 am to 10 am on RX Radio.

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