Busiswa opens up about being abused by 2 ex boyfriends, celebs react

Busiswa opens up about being abused by 2 ex boyfriends, celebs react

- Busiswa Gqulu has opened up about being abused by two of her ex-boyfriends

- Busiswa shared that she was in two abusive relationships between 2013 and 2019

- Busiswa shared that she has been abused physically, emotionally, financially and psychologically

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Busiswa has taken to social media to open up about being abused by two of her ex-boyfriends. The musician took to Instagram on Monday night to share a three-part video series where she speaks about being abused in her last two relationships.

The star shared that she was in two abusive relationships between 2013 and 2019. She shared that she has been abused physically, psychologically, emotionally and financially. Busiswa shared that she was allegedly abused by Sfiso Mazibuko and her baby daddy Katlego Mlangeni.

She expressed that she shared her story because she wanted to help women out who might find themselves in a similar situation.

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"I'm not making this video to speak about these two individuals. I'm making this video to talk about gender-based violence but also to talk to women and girls who have or may ever find themselves in those situations.
Busiswa Gqulu opens up about being abused by her 2 ex boyfriends
Busiswa Gqulu has opened up about being abused by her two ex-boyfriends. Image: @busiswaah/Instagram
Source: Instagram

She told all women going through gender-based violence that it is not their fault.

"I'm here to say to ladies who are in abusive relationships or who'll ever come across that situation, God forbid. You can't. It's not your place, it's not your responsibility, it's not your job to change an abuser."

Busiswa said she kept her situation a secret because she was worried about what her fans would think. Check out the rest of the video below:

Mzansi celebs, especially women, took to Busiswa's comment section to share their thoughts on her revelation. Check out some of their comments below:

Kelly Khumaloza wrote:

"Sending you lots of love and I pray that you one day heal from all of it."

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Nhlanhla Nciza said:

"You are so brave, you are strength personified mbokodo. We love and appreciate you for doing this queen, it could not have been easy. May God continue to heal you."

Celeste Ntuli commented:

"You are even much more stronger in your truth and vulnerability!! Thank you for sharing. You did great!!"

Lusanda Mbane wrote:

"You are a Queen. Through this recording, many Queens whose crowns were falling, will straighten them and begin to walk tall. Thank you for leading the way. I love you."

Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani said:

"Thank you Queen for this. Love you. May God continue to bless you and cover you and your son."

Nigerian singer Niniola added:

"You know I love you."

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zodwa Wabantu has responded to the backlash she recently received for letting her fans touch her and kiss her amid the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Ever since the country moved to the less stricter Level 1 lockdown, Zodwa has been performing across Mzansi and peeps have noticed that she doesn't practice social distancing during her performances.

The exotic dancer, who dances half naked, has even went as far as letting her fans kiss her on the mouth and touch her all over her body. She has been slammed a couple of times on social media for not adhering to the lockdown regulations.

Zodwa took to Instagram recently to respond to her critics. The media personality shared a video explaining that she doesn't have a problem with being touched by her fans when she's dancing. She captioned the video: "I love you my people."

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