- Babalwa Mneno says on social media that Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is not capable of committing sexual assault
- Fans are outraged over Babalwa's tweet because she might not know the whole truth about the situation
- The model said that she knows Ndlozi very well and says that he would never do such a thing
South African model Babalwa Mneno is defending the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi on social media. Ndlozi has been accused of rape by an unknown woman and Babalwa feels that he could never do such a thing. She said:
"Mbuyiseni Ndlozi... I know very well. He would never do such!"
The woman spoke to a local publication and said that Ndlozi sexually assaulted her and he introduced himself as Quinton to her. Social media users have been talking about the allegations on the timeline and many are in disbelief.
Babalwa knows Ndlozi personally and thinks that he is not capable of rape. This has caused a stir on social media because some people think that it's this very behaviour that causes victims not to come forward.
Take a look at the reactions from social media users below:
"Yhoo there are still people like you who say things like this on a rape accusation. Uwumdala for lento uyibhale lana (You're too old for what you wrote here)."
"I read the story and I can safely conclude... MBUYISENI did NOT do it."
"Before we start defending names and characters, let us not ignore the fact that someone's daughter was violated. Just a matter of principle."
Briefly News previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai wants Mbuyiseni Ndlozi to step down due to rape allegations. Mzansi celebrity Ntsiki Mazwai is calling for the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi to step from his position.
A story by the Daily Sun has been making rounds on the internet, reporting that a woman has stepped forward accusing the politician of raping her. Taking to social media, Ntsiki tweeted:
"Ndlozi needs to step down till he clears his name."
The woman in the story said that Ndlozi introduced himself as "Quinton" and he sexually assaulted her. According to the woman, she was in and out of consciousness as everything took place.
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