Sarah Langa's message to men: Stop using money to mistreat women

Sarah Langa's message to men: Stop using money to mistreat women

- Sarah Langa doesn't like what she's seeing happen to women at the hands of many wealthy men

- She accuses these men of mistreating women because they have power over them

- Sarah called on women to think about themselves and their futures

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Sarah Langa, the popular model and social media influencer, has spoken up about the abuse she says women suffer.

According to Sarah, men with money are treating women very badly, even going so far to say they abuse them in all ways possible.

Of course, she was not accusing all men, only the ones that actually do use their money and power to do with women as they please.

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Sarah went on a rant on social media and expressed her frustration with what she sees as a serious situation. She claims that abusive men act the way they do because they 'pay the bills'.

"Men, stop using money and access to opportunity as a tool to emotionally, sexually and physically abuse women.
"This place is already hell for us because we have to watch men get the things because they are men. If you wanna take responsibility for a woman, do it with no expectations."

Check out what else Sarah had to say. She also gave some advice to women. She wants them to think about their wellbeing and their futures.

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Sarah had enough of toxic people in her life. She hopped onto social media to vent about it.

Sarah is all about positive vibes or nothing in 2020. She tweeted that she prays she's blessed with only positive people in her life this year.

The beauty said she prays God will save her from toxic people and free her from toxic situations.

She wrote:

"I pray that the Almighty Allah/God saves me from toxic people this year. I want to be free from toxic situations that don’t contribute to my growth and my wellbeing."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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