'Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition': Bianca Bonnie says she is a victim of abuse, fans praise her for opening up

After the couples explored the characteristics of sex in their relationship last week, they were asked to talk about their childhood traumas this week


                            'Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition': Bianca Bonnie says she is a victim of abuse, fans praise her for opening up
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Viewers were in for a shock when 'Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition' returned on March 26 night. During an emotional exercise, Bianca Bonnie revealed she was a victim of abuse when she was younger. 

After the couples explored the characteristics of sex in their relationship last week, they were asked to open about their childhood traumas this week during an emotional exercise.

While everyone's story was tragic to hear, the one that was the most heartbreaking was Bianca's. 

Opening up in front of the other couples, Bianca revealed why she had trust issues. "I have, like, trust issues with everybody. My mom had to work, anytime she had to do something, or work, she left me with a family member. This person – she slapped me in my eye so f–king hard, I’m like, if your family member can treat you like that, then how can you trust anybody else in the world.”

During the confessional, she shared, "I love talking among people that can understand me and give back positive feedback and not just judge me." Though it was painful for Bianca to share what went down in her childhood, Dr Ish reminded everyone else why it was important to go back in their pasts to see if that relates to the way their reactions are now. 

Taking to Twitter post the episode, fans shared their love for Bianca and other cast members who opened up about their tragic pasts.

"After hearing about everyone's past.. their actions make perfect sense. Own your past... and move on #grow #HipHopBootCamp," a fan wrote. Another added, "I hate that so many women have gotten molested by someone in their own family that suppose to protect them in keep them safe I hate it #HipHopBootCamp." 

"Damn @BIANCAisKING I hate you went through all that as women African American black women we go through entirely to much #HipHopBootCamp," a fan shared. While another wrote, "Whew Chile these stories are heartbreaking and very emotional!! @MBC_WEtv #HipHopBootCamp." 

'Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition' airs every Thursday night only on WETV. Check your local listings for more information. 

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