Gender-based violence has once again been shoved into the spotlight since a video went viral which showed the alleged abuse of SA muso, Babes Wodumo.
South Africans were fuming after the alleged assault on Babes went viral, many even called for the boycott of Mampintsha's music and his arrest.
However, the incident led to a debate on social media - "What do we say about women beating and insulting men?"
Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux asked the above question on social media and it led to different tweeps sharing videos of men suffering abuse at the hands of women.
One of the videos showed two ladies beating up a man, Briefly.co.za gathered.
Another video was shared which showed a sort of disagreement between a male and female student in class. The lady lost her temper and ended up hitting the young man - who merely tried to fend her off.
Man's Not Barry Roux then shared another clip which showed a lady pinning a man on the ground while repeatedly hitting him.
South Africans were saddened by the footage and explained that there were double standards when it came to gender-based violence.
Social media user @mohlaphodimaxo commented: "This is because gender-based violence is one sided and feminism has grown from 50-50 to women hating man / evolution."
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