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Xenophobic Attack: I was nearly RAPED in South Africa- Tracy SarkCess


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Some African celebrities have come out to boycott South Africa after days of looting and violence targeting foreigners which has led about five people dead.

Nigerian Afrobeats star Burna Boy vowed to never go to South Africa again until the south African government “wakes up”.

He tweeted, “I have not set foot in SA since 2017. And I will NOT EVER go to South Africa again for any reason until the SOUTH AFRICAN government wakes the fuck up and really performs A miracle because I don’t know how they can even possibly fix this.

Nigerian singer and former member of P square music group, Paul Okoye also tweeted about how sad he was and even warn south Africans about their ungodly racism.

He wrote: “Dear Nigerian government, what ever is happening in South Africa 🇿🇦 is a very serious matter, before is too late 🙏 I know my naija people🇳🇬… God help us all 🙏💔”

Comedian Basket Mouth and Tiwa Savage also announced on Twitter they are pulling out of a concert they had planned to perform at in South Africa in September, condemning “the barbaric butchering of their people”.

Latest to react to it is, Tracy SarkCess, Wife of Ghanaian heavyweight rapper, Sarkodie.

She said Xenophobia is real in South Africa and it’s deeply rooted in the “apartheid culture”.

She also explain how she was nearly raped somewhere in March 2019.

According to her, the only solution is end xenophobic attack is re-education of Black South Africans.

She took to Twitter to narrate her ordeal on Tuesday 3rd September, 2019.

She wrote: “Thread: 1. I was in SA this year in March for 4 weeks and I never felt safe. I realised that whenever a black South African made me out not to be one of them, they would treat me differently & sometimes ask where I’m from. I remember one driver asking that same question…

2. … & when I told him I was from Ghana, he told me I don’t look a Ghanaian/West African because I wasn’t very dark!! 😐 And said your ppl are very dark ehh…I was so upset but I was also very scared because the way he was looking at me I actually thought he might want rape me.

3. My point is this xenophobia thing is real in SA but it’s deeply rooted in the apartheid culture. To be honest, it still feels like apartheid there where the Black South Africans are very much afraid of the whites.
4. I don’t know what the solution is but I think it has to start with the re-education of Black South Africans. #SayNoToXenophobicAttacks”

Source: Ghana | GhanaNewsPage.com | William Kabutey Dosoo


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