Tweeps react to #Yobe convict, who burnt down his bae's house after she threatened to leave

Tweeps react to #Yobe convict, who burnt down his bae's house after she threatened to leave

Abuse is a serious issue in South Africa and after Tuesday night's Yobe episode, tweeps are having a harder time to trust men.

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The show follows convicted criminals who seek the opportunity ask their victims' families forgiveness.

Fans of the hit Mzansi show saw the heartbreaking story of Ntombifuthi on Tuesday night's episode.

Ntombifuthi explained the convict abused her throughout their relationship. And, when she tried to leave him, he burnt down her house. Ntombifuthi told her former lover that despite still being alive, he "killed" her.

"You killed me while I was still alive because of you I can't love again.", she told the man who wronged her and her words touched the hearts of social media users.

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In true Black Twitter style, fans of the show took to social media to share their opinions on the episode.

Ntombifuthi is not the first abused woman to appear on Yobe. However, another lady called Mahlatse, was the one behind bars, not her abuser.

As reported previously, Mahlatse shot her then partner, Ronnie, to protect herself. She had been abused throughout the relationship and on that faithful night, only one of them would have made it out.

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