Teen Video Blogger: If Your Boyfriend Hits You, ‘Stay With Him. . . It’s A Sign He Loves You’ (VIDEO)

An 18-year-old video blogger has some stellar advice for women and her fellow teen girls: In no way is a man hitting you a sign of disrespect. Quite the contrary: If he hits you, it’s a sign that he loves you, and that guy’s a keeper!

Romina Garcia, a popular trainwreck of a human being with more than 100,000 followers on Facebook, told her fans that very few men “care” enough to go Ray Rice on their girlfriends, but spoke fondly of those who are “willing” to take that extra step and bash a girl’s face in.

Garcia explained that any man who is willing to risk going to jail to “correct” you “f*cking loves you.”:

I just wanted to say that if your boyfriend or the guy that you’re with puts his hands on you, like he hits you or beats you up or whatever he does, stay with him.

That n*gga f*cking loves you because he’s risking for you to press charges on him. He is risking for you know, you calling the police or you know, he – he’s gonna do time or he’s gonna have to pay money to get out of jail or whatever the case may be. He’s risking all of that for you. So that n*gga f*cking loves you.

She explained that women should just hope and pray that a man doesn’t “f*cking kill” them:

You need to get on your f*cking knees and just pray and hope that he doesn’t give you another black eye or he doesn’t kill you because honestly, a guy that’s like, willing to do that for a girl — It’s amazing. Like, there’s not many guys you have out there that care enough for a girl to do that.

She recounted a recent experience with her boyfriend, who she says gave her a black eye while in the process of teaching her a lesson about her behavior.

The other day, my boyfriend gave me a black-eye. It was my fault, like, he didn’t mean – I mean he, he – he was going to hit me but like I moved, so he got my eye.

Because he cares, and they had plans to go out, her benevolent boyfriend took her out to get her makeup done because he didn’t want to be seen with her while she still had the black eye that he gave her (How about that logic?). She says she learned her lesson, though:

After I realized how stupid I was, how I could have avoided everything, I got on my knees and I begged him like please do not leave me, like, I am so sorry for what I, you know, for what I did. Like, you gave me an order and I didn’t follow it and now I know not to disrespect you, not to talk back, if he gives me an order to follow it.

She urged females whose men hit them to stay with that man — because violence is love.

Each year, more than 4.7 million women in the United States suffer from physical violence at the hands of an intimate partner. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 20 people are victims of intimate partner violence each minute. In their lifetimes, about half of the female population and 1/5 of the male population will be abused by a partner.

But this isn’t a chilling indictment of American society — it’s an expression of adoration.

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