I’ve just witnessed the man next door throw his wife around like she was a piece of paper…
I’ve never felt so traumatized and violated, and even if she screamed for help I couldn’t help her…
1. I don’t know her
2. I can’t come in between a relationship
3. She is not my friend
4. She’s a new neighbor
What’s so funny is that…
He plays gospel and looks so charming and down to earth ! You would never think his a woman beater!!
Because they are new neighbors they keep to themselves and while he was busy strangling her I could hear him say
“Why are you screaming?, do you want people to hear”
THE NERVE! And he beats her up more and more, I’m not talking about a couple of slaps. I’m talking fist, kicks the works! Not even boxer beat each other like that! ITS DISGUSTING!!!!
So I called the police but I couldn’t continue listening to her scream for help…
Made an anonymous call… But cut the call before I could tell them the location.
But after a while I hear her outside in the car; thinking she is safe but I hear the screaming again.
For me this showed that men who beat up women are just weak minded individuals.
I will not tolerate a men laying his dirty hands on a woman regardless if I no them or not!
Typical that this happened in Soweto! So does it mean soweto men beat up their woman?
It means their are men out their that get away with such behavior, meaning that the woman is not a victim in this whole situation…
this is not the first time I hear her scream for dear life but that means she’s enjoying the treatment. If you feel so abused by your husband that you don’t tell anyone about the situation and you stick around long enough to see your body being battered and bruised. Then it simply means you digging your own grave with a smile on your face.
This situation has taught me a lot.
1. Woman play victims to the life they choose.
2. Never intervene in someone else’s relationship
3. Men who lay a hand on a woman is a pathetic excuse for low self esteem.
4. No matter how people ask for help, it doesn’t mean they actually NEED help.
5. Never marry a man you hits you, never say “I do” if he has.
Regardless imma put him on blast!
Sikhondi Street Zone 5 Pimville.
7 feet tall
Drives a New Polo Silver Grey. (Registration number to be investigated)
Let’s stand up against domestic violence! Let’s be the voice for those lost souls that can’t make a choice.
umabhebeza wase loxion has spoken