The title of your home page

Open Discussion :: Are We Being Too Hard On Evelyn Lozada?

Written by JessicaSimien.com Admin. Posted in Sex, Love & Relationships

Tagged: , , , , ,

Published on August 20, 2012 with 5 Comments

Last week, I saw this image floating around on Facebook and Instagram and it made me think about the whole Evelyn and Chad fiasco. Are we being a little too hard on Evelyn?   

I’m not #teamEvelyn nor can I be considered a fan of hers at all, but I feel that maybe society is overlooking the fact that she was a victim of abuse regardless of what her public image may be. The overall consensus on her being this victim is almost happiness in a “she got what was coming to her” kind of feeling.

While I believe karma definitely showed up, I’m in no way happy that this happened to her and I think she deserves a moment to reflect on this situation, analyze her own actions and come to terms with reality.

I’m curious as to why some say she can’t speak out on domestic violence. Has she not yet learned her lesson? Who are we to judge?

What do you think about the responses toward Evelyn? 

About JessicaSimien.com Admin

Established in March 2012, JessicaSimien.com is a lifestyle and entertainment blog that has become your go-to source for breaking news, the latest in pop culture, celebrities, inspiration, fashion, beauty, sports, music and relationship talk. No matter what your interests are, there is something here for everyone! Because our site is updated daily, you can expect to read fresh content from our founder, Jessica Simien, as well as other talented contributors. In addition to news, we feature exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and occasionally host contests and giveaways.

Browse Archived Articles by

5 Comments

There are currently 5 Comments on Open Discussion :: Are We Being Too Hard On Evelyn Lozada?. Perhaps you would like to add one of your own?

  1. She is violent. She is abusive. She threw a freakin wine bottle at someone for god sakes! And she says Chad needs help! No! She needs help! Woman or Man, its not normal to fight, jump across tables, and throw drinks and bottles. Karma is karma. is doesnt matter if it came back around as an alleged headbut! lol

  2. She is violent. She is abusive. She threw a freakin wine bottle at someone for god sakes! And she says Chad needs help! No! She needs help! Woman or Man, its not normal to fight, jump across tables, and throw drinks and bottles. Karma is karma. is doesnt matter if it came back around as an alleged headbut! lol

  3. She is violent. She is abusive. She threw a freakin wine bottle at someone for god sakes! And she says Chad needs help! No! She needs help! Woman or Man, its not normal to fight, jump across tables, and throw drinks and bottles. Karma is karma. is doesnt matter if it came back around as an alleged headbut! lol

  4. I’ve stated how I felt, but I will say this. Your character goes a very long way. Sometimes when things that are not so great happen, the negativities overshadow what is really important. Yes, she is a victim and no one should endure any type of violence. It may not be fair, but when you are someone who is always fighting, threatening, and abusing people and your time comes, society will not pity that type of person. Personally, I hate it happened to her, but I do not feel sorry for her. I dontt condone domestic violence. I think.people are over her.

  5. I’ve stated how I felt, but I will say this. Your character goes a very long way. Sometimes when things that are not so great happen, the negativities overshadow what is really important. Yes, she is a victim and no one should endure any type of violence. It may not be fair, but when you are someone who is always fighting, threatening, and abusing people and your time comes, society will not pity that type of person. Personally, I hate it happened to her, but I do not feel sorry for her. I dontt condone domestic violence. I think.people are over her.

Leave a Comment

%d bloggers like this: