Busiswa Slams has a different opinion on the issue of persecution based on the social level

Busiswa Slams has a different opinion on the issue of persecution based on the social level

Musician Busiswa isn’t impressed one bit by The Queen’s current storyline on Gender-Based Violence.

Busiswa Slams has a different opinion on the issue of persecution based on the social level

The SBWL collaborator advised the writers and producers to travel back to the drafting board and obtain their facts straight.
Telenovela’s addressing certain societal issues isn’t a replacement thing and a couple of soaps at the instant are centering their storyline’s on the various social ills. On Mzansi Magic, Gomora has created a storyline which forces their viewers to interact during a much-needed conversation about males being sexually abused. a subject that’s shunned upon by society and infrequently addressed.

Gomora High’s newest business studies teacher, Ncebakazi Manzi, played by Sihle Ndaba, her character has caused quite a stir on the show. She has her eyes assail a highschool learner Teddy, played by Sicelo Buthelezi, who may be a minor. the 2 have taken their teacher-scholar relationship to an entirely new level and that they even shared a bed.

Seeing how Sihle is an adult and Teddy a minor, carnal abuse is what many labels it, and rightfully so.

On Etv’s Scandal!, they’re tackling the difficulty of psychological state, another topic that has become taboo in society. Popular character Stokkies falls in love with a lady he discovers is bipolar. Chevonne’s, the lady in question, psychological state issue drives Stokkies to teach himself even more about it.

The telenovela that got under Busiswa’s skin was Mzansi Magic’s The Queen and their rape storyline. The show’s favorite character senior detective Vuyiswa Maake was also raped by a male not known to her. Vuyiswa, played by Zandile Msutwana, goes crazy, losing her mind trying to work out who sexually violated her.

Busiswa slammed the telenovela for not correctly portraying how rape victims feel and the way they ought to cope after being raped.

“A senior female cop got raped after “letting go” ONCE: going out & leaving her gun reception . Now other victims within the community are pressuring her to attend (to) their cases PERSONALLY because she “knows how it feels”… HHAYINI #TheQueenMzansi . Whoever wrote this is often not a lady or victim,” she wrote.
Busiswa Slams has a different opinion on the issue of persecution based on the social level
“Try to urge real stories to include. Your disconnect to the problems is just too obvious. nobody is crying or talking or inspired or informed or moved by your storylines on rape & abuse.”

As a victim of GBV, this story hits on the brink of home for the musician. She has been abused by two former lovers and she or he publicly spoke about it.

“In the years between 2013 and 2019, I was in, not one but two abusive relationships.” Said Busiswa. “The first was with Sfiso Mazibuko who abused me physically, psychologically, and emotionally. The second was with Katlego Mlangeni, who is that the father of my child. He abused me physically, emotionally, financially, not only while we were during a relationship but he came after me four months after our hack to beat me up once more after seeing me out with somebody else .”

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