Halima Abubakar, Nigerian actress, has threatened to call out “some of your favs and billionaires who are guilty of rape”.
In a post on her Instagram page on Thursday, the actress claimed half of men in the society are guilty of rape if survivors are to start reporting their experiences.
She, however, did not provide any data to back her claim.
Halima also took a swipe at those who attempt to shame rape survivors when they muster the courage to share their experiences with the public.
“Stop telling people when to tell their experience. We call it trauma‼️ Don’t tell anyone the time frame to complain about rape. If we are going to report rape or harassment. Half of the men are guilty,” she wrote on Instagram.
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STOP TELLING PEOPLE WHEN TO TELL THEIR EXPERIENCE.WE CALL IT TRAUMA‼️DONT TELL ANY ONE , THE TIME FRAME TO COMPLAIN ABOUT RAPE.IF WE ARE GOING TO REPORT RAPE OR HARASSMENT.HALF OF THE MEN ARE QUILTY. DONT SHAME PEOPLE AND YOU QUILTY.BUT HIDE AND INTIMIDATE AND EVEN BLOCK THEIR INCOME.DONT LET ME CALL ,SOME OF YOUR FAVS AND BILLIONAIRES .EVERY ONE IS JUST INCONSIDERATE .FROM THE COMMON MAN TO THE HIGH AND MIGHTY💯SHUT UP🔞……….RAPE IS RAPE💯DONT MAKE ME CALL YOU OUT……. ANY ONE WHO DOES NOT SUPPORT THIS MESSAGE 😏IS A RAPIST TOO🤡#saynotorape#noisno#mummyM
“Don’t shame people and you guilty. But hide and intimidate and even block their income. Don’t let me call some of your favs and billionaires. Everyone is just inconsiderate.
“From the common man to the high and mighty shut up……….rape is rape. Don’t make me call you out……. anyone who does not support this message is a rapist too #saynotorape#noisno…”
Her comment comes amid the ongoing outrage over the recent cases of sexual assault and murder in the country.
TheCable Lifestyle had earlier reported how Barakat Bello, an 18-year-old girl, was raped and murdered at her father’s home in Ibadan, Oyo state.
Barakat’s death had come less than seven days after the murder of Vera Omozuwa, a student of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), who was raped while reading inside a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Benin.
Halima had earlier made headlines for using another woman’s picture to announce the arrival of her baby boy.
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