- A woman took to social media to share her fears with South Africans
- The stunning mom-to-be revealed she felt depressed about bringing a baby into this cruel world
- Her post followed news of the kidnapping of a young girl outside her school
Bringing a child into the world should be one of the most joyous moments in a person's life. However, currently in South Africa women are being murdered and sexually assaulted and little kids are kidnapped at school.
The country is in despair over the current situation in SA and one mommy-to-be is already fearing for her unborn child's safety.
The beautiful lady, who was only identified as Vinolia, took to Twitter on Monday to share her fears with social media users.
"When I think I'm bringing my baby girl into this cruel world I feel depressed," she captioned a couple of pregnancy photos.
Briefly.co.za gathered her followers encouraged her to stay positive and keep herself and her baby safe.
Twitter user, @MalebogoMakhut1, commented: "You look gorgeous. All I can say is pray mama."
Another tweep, @Bcom_QG, added: "May God our Lord be with you and the precious gift of life you're caring."
Social media user, @lesley_maada, wrote: "Just teach her about good things and she will be fine, hope is all we have to see tomorrow."
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