’90 Day Fiancé’: Fans Called Tania Maduro Out After Her Instagram Post About Bullying

by Jeremy Spirogis
Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro

On current episodes of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester’s marriage has been extra on the rocks than ever.

During their journey to Syngin’s dwelling nation of South Africa to go to his brother Dylan Colchester, who had lately been hospitalized, the couple argued bitterly in entrance of Syngin’s household. Tania was offended about Syngin’s lack of course and admitted that she typically questioned if she ought to depart the wedding due to his free-spirited methods. At one level, she even identified that the one purpose Syngin had gotten to the U.S. was “because of her.”

The 90 Day Fiancé star lately took to Instagram to share a quote about childhood bullying, gender roles, and abusive relationships. While a lot of Tania’s followers appreciated the message, a number of 90 Day Fiancé followers instantly identified that Tania’s personal relationship with Syngin didn’t match up with what she was making an attempt to convey.

Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro
Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro | Syngin Colchester by way of Instagram

Tania posted a quote about ‘abuse’ on Instagram

Tania lately shared one other Instagram person’s quote about wholesome relationship between women and men, in addition to between women and boys. The 90 Day Fiancé star typically posts about social justice, political points, psychological well being, and gender roles, so this wasn’t out of character for her on social media.

“Never tell your daughter than when a boy is mean or rude to her it’s because he has a crush on her,” the quote learn. “Don’t teach her that abuse is a sign of love.”

At first, Tania added a caption about sexism and gender variations in relationships between younger folks. Later, nevertheless, she up to date the caption to replicate the truth that abuse, bullying, and mistreatment weren’t gender-specific.

“This actually goes all ways, it is not gender-specific,” the 90 Day Fiancé star wrote in her up to date caption, “and I’m also seeing some ‘girls mature faster and boys mature slower’ comments and it’s a narrative that we need to stop using to justify behaviors.”

“We should not teach little kids at a young age that the child who pinches their arm or pulls their ponytail likes them, but just doesn’t know how to express themselves,” Tania identified. “It really does teach people that abuse no matter how small is a substitution for emotions that can’t be verbalized.”

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Some ’90 Day Fiancé’ followers argued that Tania’s post was hypocritical

Of course, some 90 Day Fiancé followers instantly utilized Tania’s message to her personal relationship with Syngin—and argued that it got here up quick or that it was even hypocritical. Many followers had been initially displeased with Tania for telling Syngin he “wasn’t her soulmate,” in addition to for touring to Costa Rica for an natural drugs intensive for 30 days throughout Syngin’s first 90 days within the U.S.

Recently, on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Tania has drawn criticism as soon as once more for her anger in direction of Syngin and her tendency to yell when pissed off. Given her personal historical past in her relationship, some followers took her remarks as hypocritical.

“Tania should take her own advice and apply it when she speaks to her husband,” one Instagram person wrote below the 90 Day Fiancé star’s post.

Another agreed, writing in reply, “She can be so nasty and sarcastically argumentative at times.”

Yet one other fan introduced up Tania’s notorious “soulmate” comment in a earlier season, commenting sarcastically, “Better yet, don’t tell your husband he isn’t your soulmate.”

One critic added equally, “If only someone had taught that lesson to Syngin.”

Others thanked Tania for her constructive message

Despite some 90 Day Fiancé followers’ criticism, a lot of Tania’s followers appreciated the general message of her post.

One commenter identified that outdated sayings ought to typically keep the place they got here from: the previous.

“My husband taught me this when we had our daughter,” they wrote to Tania. “These old sayings are not always good.”

Many followers identified that abuse may go “both ways” and that it wasn’t particular to a gender or sexuality.

“Agreed, no woman should have to deal with this kinda abuse (also men don’t have to accept abuse),” a fan wrote in response.

Others praised Tania for arguing that love concerned “kindness and respect,” not mistreatment.

“I want to teach my daughter that anyone who truly loves her will treat her with kindness and respect,” one Instagram person wrote in that vein.

While Tania and Syngin proceed to be a controversial couple on the TLC present, Tania has garnered a major social media following of her personal. Many followers see her as a constructive affect, regardless of widespread criticism of a few of her onscreen actions.

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