- Actress Bonnie Mbuli took to social media to talk about who is responsible for raising men who are abusive
- Bonnie stood firm in her opinion and discussed how the way certain men are raised also plays a big part
- Mzansi social media users were not impressed with her statement but others agreed with what she said
Bonnie Mbuli is sticking to her guns after she made a statement about men on social media. Bonnie insinuated that even though men are responsible for GBV, women are the ones who raise them and should should also take the blame in some way.
The actress tweeted this whilst AKA was trending on social media for allegedly abusing his late fiancée Nelli Tembe.
"You don’t want to hear this ... I don’t either, but who raised these men? We did!" she said.
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Bonnie's comment was a bit controversial and not everyone welcomed what she had to say about the matter. Some social media users felt that Bonnie was taking the blame away from certain men for their actions.
Check out some of the reactions from Twitter users below to Bonnie's tweet:
"Release us please from that burden and let them take accountability for their actions."
"Women raised these men but they also raise girls who don't behave this way so I don't think it's so cut and dry."
"Lol, the same women who raised these men also raised daughters, and we aren't as aggressive and violent as they are."
Briefly News previously reported that Ifani put AKA on blast and got dragged by fans for his opinion. Ifani has been quiet for a while but took to social media to give his two cents about AKA's situation. Ifani tweeted:
"I'm so glad I'm not a celebrity any more. I feel for Nkosinathi. I feel for Kiernan. No, wait, sungxama... I feel for Nkosinathi qha."
Ifani mentioned Black Coffee in his tweet as well and although he might've been trying to offer some sympathy, it wasn't received well by Mzansi social media users. The two musicians are currently under the spotlight for alleged GBV against their former partners.
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