Wife Attacked Online For Viral Video Of Her Dancing Next To Vegetative Husband Is A Valuable Lesson
After many social media users scolded Cui Fangli for posting videos of herself dancing next to her vegetative husband Fang Jianhui, it was revealed on Weibo that Cui has dedicated her life to taking care of him. after a stroke.
When Cui originally posted the video on Weibo, many users criticized the 46-year-old for dancing next to her husband, who appears to be bedridden in a vegetative state.
According to South China Morning Post, one Weibo user called Cui “heartless” while another asked if she was trying to “find a new husband” by “trying to kill” Fang.
The backlash began to subside, however, after it was revealed that Cui had dedicated her life to caring for her husband, who became bedridden after suffering a stroke in 2019 that caused a brain hemorrhage. , according to Qianjiang Evening News via the Morning Post.
Cui’s daily routine includes feeding her husband pasta, using a catheter, and clearing his airways of mucus every two hours.
The 46-year-old explained that dancing helped relieve her stress and while she ‘used to dance with the villagers in the square’ before her husband’s condition, she now dances at home to remain a “positive person”, reported NTP.
Despite being told by doctors that Fang would remain bedridden for the rest of his life, Cui continues to personally care for him and refuses to give up.
After the couple’s full story was revealed by local media, public response took a turn as users began posting their support for Cui and Fang, with many praising her for her positivity and love for her husband. . Fang even received a prize of 10,000 yuan ($1,580) as part of an Alibaba positivity campaign, according to the Alibaba-owned Morning Post.
Feature image via Weibo
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