Yuval Ma'atuk/The Daily Report, Reshet 13
During the program we got to hear Yuval Ma'atuk talk about her difficult experiences with men, and in general in the romantic realm, but the chilling confession that came out on the program "The Daily Report" with Kobi Machat on Reshet 13, no one expected.
"Throughout the fireplace, I opened everything. Except for two things, which is a man who photographed me nude without my knowledge, really, and posted it on social media, and another very, very difficult situation where this man came to me with his boyfriend, with a cover story that is bisexual, and I really didn't understand. The same man I was with asked me to do, uh. You read, I'm sure, something to his friend, and when I told him no, they both said to me, 'OK, you're not drinking enough.'"
At this point, someone from the panel comes in, turns to Yankee, and says to him, "How hard is it for you, Yanky to hear this," as if he was the one who went through the trauma, and not the woman who is speaking right now, but to our delight Ma'atuk spoke again and brought with her an empowering message:
Big Brother winner Yuval Maatuk/Or Geffen
"We're here but today, really, really? Like, I'm telling you, listen, I'm the strongest, I feel the strongest in the world. The reason I didn't open it in the fireplace is really because my parents didn't know. Now, they didn't know that, and I'll tell you why I didn't. I didn't tell, really, because first of all for me it's Kobe. I didn't want to throw anything else at my parents."
While we were trying to figure out what was more sad, that such men exist, or that children in distress feel that they can't turn to their parents so as not to drop something else on them, she went on to reassure us a bit:
"I'm here to say, really, we have our parents, and it's not like I would drop a case on them today I understand that because my mother, they asked me how the family reacted, It's not dropping a case on them. Then there's Kobe, and there's also what I'm going through. And my mother cried and told me, 'Yuval, we would help you. We'd help you.'"
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