- Ghanaian actress has taken those who criticize victims of domestic violence to the cleaners
- She insisted that Karma would come back to haunt those who mock the victims
- Perhaps she is referring to Mercy Aigbe's situation
The sad case of Mercy Aigbe’s beating at the hands of her husband in mind; Juliet Ibrahim took to her Instagram page to condemn those who mock women who have gone through domestic violence.
The Ghanaian actress also wrote that it is never right to judge women victims of domestic violence seeing that karma could come back to haunt anyone who mocks them.
Read her full post below:
Our value as women has been taken for granted due to domestic violence, egoism and male chauvinism. Never joke about domestic violence. Violence is never a choice anyone should make!! ‘Why Didn’t You Just Leave?’ A question we are all quick to ask but we should never be the judge until we hear Domestic Violence Survivors Explain Why It’s Never That Simple!!!
80% of women experience violence in relationships around the world and its growing rapidly; We need to speak up and lend our voices as much as we can to encourage these Victims to speak up early enough to avoid a nasty fate, keeping quiet and thinking that He/She will change is not the solution! Also; When a gun is present in a domestic violence situation, it increases the risk of death for women by 500 percent.
Domestic violence shame unto every so-called celebrity that is actually tweeting and snapping while mocking anything concerning another woman's well-being that is out there in the news... don't forget Karma is a real b*tch; be careful what you wish for others. #sayNotodomesticviolence Thank God there are authorities in place nowadays to do the needful and deal with these maniacs! Violence is not an excuse and should never be a choice no matter what!
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