- A TikTok video uploaded to Twitter has created more fear for South African women
- The video contains a woman (off-camera) taking a video of a man who had followed her home asking her for her number
- The panicked woman refuses and asks someone also off-camera to call the police, the man who followed her home then tells her she is "not normal"
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With GBV and human trafficking on the rise in the country, South African women are living in fear for their lives. A frightening video originally uploaded to TikTok has made it's way to Twitter. The video shows a man who followed a woman home begging her for her number.
The unknown woman can be heard speaking in a panicked voice asking the man why he followed her home. She then begins to ask the people around her (who are also off-camera) to call the police.
The man continues to defend his reasoning for following the woman home. The man tells the woman that she is "not normal." This frustrates the woman and the panic and frustration can be heard in her voice.
Take a look at the video, which was a reply to another tweet about GBV, below:
South African tweeps to took to the replies section to share their frustration:
"As a man, I'd be freaked if someone follows me at night, no wonder she’s like this. It has not sunk into us men that the first “no” is a NO."
"Oh!!!! Noooooooo, this guy though? Why can't he leave her alone?"
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Tbo Touch issued a warning to South African women over human trafficking. Media personality Tbo Touch has issued a serious warning to Mzansi women.
The star joined many Mzansi celebs who have shared their views on the hot topic of human trafficking in the country. Touch, whose real name is Thabo Molefe, has urged South African ladies to "verify" before they trust anyone on social media.
The former Metro FM presenter warned tweeps that human trafficking is real. The star shared that the scourge of such cases is "getting out of hand". Many peeps, including celebs, have been using the hashtag #humantraffickingawareness this week to share their views around the scary topic.
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Source: Briefly News