The CEO's racial allegations against the pregnant woman he slapped has tweeps divided

The CEO's racial allegations against the pregnant woman he slapped has tweeps divided

The CEO, who was caught on camera slapping a pregnant woman, accused her of using the k-word and his allegations left South Africans divided.

PAY ATTENTION: Click "See first" under the "Following" tab to see Briefly news on your News Feed!

As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Romeo Makhubela shared his side of the incident which led to him assaulting a pregnant woman, Bianca Fourie, in Steers.

According to Makhubela, the woman blocked the way of several cars and the other drivers started to get annoyed. The annoyance resulted in a screaming match, where Fourie allegedly hurled racial insult at the other car's occupants. He then alleged he confronted her, where she insulted him as well.

"What I was not fully prepared for was that she would turn her rage against me with a barrage of racial slurs. At first I was taken aback but when she unceasingly referred to me as a ‘k****r’ and ‘poephol’ in front of my children and followed me to Steers. I was overcome by anger and slapped her on the face."

However, according to Fourie’s mother, the only thing she did to push Makhubela to slapping her was to point at him

His revelation resulted in South Africans being quite divided on the subject. So, they took to social media to share their opinions.

A lot of people felt Makhubela was using the race card to get himself out of a messy situation.

READ ALSO: Man collapses into coma after finding out his wife owns the home they rented for 10-years

However, there were those who believed his accusations against Fourie, adding she brought it upon herself.

Do you have a story to share with us? Inbox us on our Facebook page and we could feature your story.

To stay up to date with the latest news, download our news app on Google Play or iTunes today.

Source: Briefly.co.za

Related news
African president's son explains how he became a millionaire

African president's son explains how he became a millionaire

African president's son explains how he became a millionaire
Briefly.co.za
Mailfire view pixel