A woman who claims she is married to her stepbrother has hit back at those who criticise their relationship. Here's one of the videos she shared on Twitter about the subject:
Of course, the online world is filled with people who are very critical of their relationship, calling it 'wrong' even though they’re not blood-related and are therefore technically entitled to do whatever they like.
At least, that seems to be the attitude that Vicky has taken, anyway.
In one video, there’s a caption that reads: "When your step bro walks in but you forget he’s your ‘step bro.'”
You can imagine the sort of reaction that one got.
In another video the words "I heard you married your hot step-bro’" were written across the screen. In the video she answers: “Yes, I did.”
The pair live in Canada together and – judging by the videos they share – seem very happy together.
They regularly post together on TikTok with videos about their relationship, as well as jokes and dances.
Some people online have even questioned whether the relationship is legal or not.
Obviously, if they were actually brother and sister it wouldn’t be, but – to reiterate – they aren’t blood related, so whilst some people might think it a bit weird, it’s not against Canadian law.
One person said: “I know it’s not illegal but it just feels wrong.”
Another commented: “Both of you need to go to therapy.
On the other hand, some people have defended the relationship, pointing out that there’s no reason they shouldn’t marry other than the fact their parents were once an item, which is only a reason if you care about that.
One such defender wrote: “If they grew up together it’s weird if not y’all need to chill.”
Another said: “Am I weird? I don’t see anything wrong with this, they aren’t blood related.”
Either way, it seems as if the pair are happy enough together, and aren’t about to be bowed by the criticism of their relationship.
They continually post things hitting out at those who say their relationship is wrong in some way, so maybe it’s time to let them get on with it.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t affect your life, does it?