Lady reveals how her mum walked out of an abusive marriage

Lady reveals how her mum walked out of an abusive marriage

- Following the scandal surrounding South African singer Babes Wodumo's abusive boyfriend, many people have taken to social media to react

- A Twitter user identified as @Annhkay, has taken to social media to share the story of her mum and how she left an abusive relationship

- The Twitter user also urged women to offer assistance to victims of abuse

Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how South African singer, Babes Wodumo, was physically abused by her DJ boyfriend, Mampintsha, and the incident, was captured on Instagram live video. The video outrage a lot of people with some, sharing experiences of their own.

A Twitter user identified as @Annhkay, has taken to social media to share the story of her mum and how she left an abusive relationship. According to her post, her mother took her and her sister and left their abusive step father, without a single penny.

She wrote: "My mother was in an abusive marriage; I watched a powerful independent woman get demeaned and lose her strength. She stayed for a million reasons, she was physically and mentally distorted. Then one day she came home asked me to pack my bags, grabbed my sister and never returned."

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"She left my step dad with everything and started afresh. She never got a penny from him and when I think about how abusive he was not once did anyone fight for her to leave him. "The children" was always thrown in her face and she stayed for them. Until it got worse."

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"I keep thinking about what it took Babes to actually gather the courage to show the world how she's being hurt. I have never been in an abusive relationship but I saw one and the strength it takes for an abused woman to put herself out there to get help is indescribable.

That was her ticket to leaving, her call for help and anyone who tries to shame her or make up excuses for why she didn't leave are f*cking insensitive and should never speak about abuse. So many women being abused are seeing this and our reaction to this might help millions."

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She went on to urge women around the world to offer help and solutions to these women who are stuck in such abusive relationships.

"She represents so many broken women who need that final push & encouragement to help them leave their abusers. So offer help by giving these women solutions & places that help women stuck in such relationships. House them, hire them, do everything to help & arrest their abusers."

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