Actress Asavela Mngqithi opens up about being a victim of crime

Actress Asavela Mngqithi opens up about being a victim of crime

Isibaya actress, Adavela Mngqithi, was a recent victim of crime. She took to social media to share her awful experience.

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Being a victim is very traumatic but unfortunately very real in this country. One out of every five people have been affected by crime in some way or another in their life.

The worst part of experiencing such an ordeal is that you never get over it or it takes a long time to heal emotionally.

Actress Asavela Mngqithi took to Twitter to share her traumatic experience. She revealed she was held at gunpoint and beaten up over the weekend, while she was with her family.

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Asavela didn’t explain the full details of what had happened, but her followers offered her words of encouragement and expressed happiness that she was not seriously hurt or killed during the horrific incident.

Her tweet had 2.7k likes, 386 retweets and 277 comments since she posted it. Here are a few comments from her fans:

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Two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Isibaya actress, Asavela Mngqithi, slayed the red carpet with a gorgeous off-the-shoulder gown at the Forbes Leading Women Summit, which took place in Durban recently.

SA actress Asavela Mngqithi graced the red carpet recently at the prestigious 2019 edition of the Forbes Leading Women Summit. Asavela’s dress was a top moment when it came to fashion at the event.

The star chose a beautiful figure-hugging, off-the-shoulder dress in a soft blush tone, adorned with lace floral details.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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