The second conversation between 33 yr old Da’Naia Jackson and Laterras R. Whitfield in her tell-all interview with the Dear Wifey Podcast addressed everything from:
Derrick Jackson’s 100-person body count,
The Helmet of Salvation
Using Psalms 109 to ‘curse’ the internet
The lame Mother’s Day post Derrick Jackson posted a week ago.
Chile it’s a lot.
The conversation was so intense, it is insanely impossible not to have empathy for this woman after listening to her story.
During the interview, she explained what made her reference to the Bible verse ‘helmet of salvation’ saying that the scripture literally saved her life.
We won’t even attempt to butcher what she said.
Danai Jackson , you are so beautiful baby I hope the best love comes to find you ????? her interview damn near got me in tears ?
— Sunny (@fa5tlane5unny) May 23, 2023
Da’Naia Jackson needs a solid publicist and team behind her! The material is there to build a platform that resonates with other women.
— AntiSocial ? (@solidgxld) May 24, 2023
I’m glad Da’Naia Jackson taking control of her narrative. That man took her down to and thru the gutter. I will always be happy to see a woman come out of that
— The Neighborhood Publicist (@nhoodpublicist) May 24, 2023
Da’naia Jackson’s interview almost made me tear up after having heard it that way. Derrick really did a number on her, and it sucks and it’s heartbreaking, but I hope she continues to heal, and be loved the right way one day soon.
— + N i a n . ♥ (@yourstrulyNM) May 23, 2023
Da’Naia Jackson is really hilarious from this interview? I love her vibe and feel really sorry she went through all that from 19-30 something willingly. May the universe mercilessly punish men like his ex
— paperpeople (@MarraIreneP) May 24, 2023
Riding for a man that ain’t do nothing in return but played you, allowed you to be disrespected, and violated you when you actually stood up for him is the worst pain ever.
It’s literally psychologically damaging.
I feel for Da’naia Jackson. I know that way too well.
— YOLA MARJ?? (@ymlx__) May 24, 2023
Comments from YouTube:
This interview was absolutely incredible!!! Laterrias asked all the questions I wanted to know. I’m so glad she appears to be doing well. I can relate to her heartbreak and pain and trauma. I’m so glad she can cling to Christ. There’s no way we can survive trials and tribulations without God
This hurt me to my core….I pray God continues to heal every unhealed part of her soul and give her beauty for ashes.? I also pray God restores Mr. Jackson’s soul back to Him Elohim and covers their children from generational curses. God got you sis!
If we can be honest, Da’Naia reflects alot of us women; she’s just open enough to expose herself! I cringed several times because I recognized myself through her testimony! I’m so glad that she got help! The comeback is about to be beautiful! S/N: I love her personality!!
The reality of some of what I’ve endured in my past toxic relationship is coming out of Da’Naia’s interview. Thank you Sis for saying what some of us are afraid of unwrapping either because we don’t have the words or just don’t want to relive the nightmare. I see so much of me in you. I stayed longer than I should. I was lost. I was insecure. I had no guidance. I knew it wasn’t love. I knew it was unhealthy. I felt stuck. I became comfortable in my discomfort. I was numb. After having my son with my ex, he (my son) opened my eye to what I was living with my narcissistic, cheating ex. My son at the age of 3 became aware of some of the verbal abuse. There was an incident that he witnessed one night that changed everything. The next day on the drive to daycare, my son said to me “Mom, tell dad to apologize and never do that again”. I couldn’t believe the words coming out of my 3-year-old’s mouth. I immediately stopped the car and asked him to repeat what he said. That was the turning point for me. I left the relationship after 10+ years because now I am exposing my son to an unhealthy environment. It to me was “fine” because I didn’t know my worth, I didn’t know what love was. But my child opened my eyes and I did not want him to be exposed to that and think it was right. I left shortly after that to save my son, still not thinking about me, when in reality we both needed saving. It’s been 4 years of finding myself, growing, evolving, and healing. Thank you God for saving me and my son. This healing journey is so rewarding. Blessings and peace to you all.
Praying for her continued healing.