Stop telling people when to share their harassment stories - Actress Halima Abubakar

Stop telling people when to share their harassment stories - Actress Halima Abubakar

- Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has reacted to the backlash victims of harassment are facing on social media for speaking their truth

- The film star said that people should refrain from telling others when to share their harassment stories

- Halima said that it is a traumatic experience and the victims should not be told when to tell their stories

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The past few days on social media has seen victims of sexual assault call out their abusers and even celebrities have not been left out.

Some big named Nigerian stars have been called out by their victims for allegedly sexually assaulting them and the revelation led to mixed reactions on social media.

While some people stood by the victims and showed them support, others shamed them for calling out their faves and said that they should have kept quiet rather than reporting issues that happened many years ago.

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Just recently, Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, took to social media via her Instagram page to address those telling victims of assault when not to speak.

According to her, the experience is traumatic and the victims cannot be told when they should share their stories.

She wrote: “Stop telling people when to tell their experience. We call it trauma‼ Don’t tell anyone the time frame to complain about rape. If we are going to report rape or harassment, half of the men are guilty. Don’t shame people and you guilty but hide and intimidate and even block their income. Don’t let me call some of your faves and billionaires. Everyone is just inconsiderate. From the common man to the high and mighty, shut up. Rape is rape, don’t make me call you out. Anyone who does not support this message is a rapist too.”

See her post below:

Nawa o.

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In other news, reported that a young lady took to social media to give a detailed account of how music legend, Dbanj, allegedly molested her in 2018.

Seyitan in a series of Twitter posts narrated how she had been invited to an all-white party at Eko Atlantic by Dbanj’s manager and how she went to the event with a friend identified as Laide.

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