#BBNaijaReunion: I was raped at a point in my life – Khafi

The former Big Brother Naija star and a media personality who is known as Khafi says she was raped.

BBNaija: I was raped at a point in my life, Khafi explains (photo)

The matter of rape has been coming up for quite some time and even the celebrities have been coining out.

To say their own part of the story and how they have been abused sexually.

Uwa, who was raped and eventually killed by the culprits was a very sad story.

And the law enforcement have been on top of the issue has they said.

The little girl who is ju 21 years of age was attacked in a church where she was allegedly reading.

She was killed after she struggled for her life.

But for this Big Brother Naija star, she says she was raped at a point on her life.

Rapist, however ought to be given death sentences when caught but they used to roam freely in the society

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Moving back to Khafi statement, “#WhyIDidntReport – because he apologised right after.”

“Because I made myself believe him being drunk was an excuse. Because the one person”

“I did tell said I caused it. Because I felt dirty and ashamed. #WeAreTired,” she tweeted.
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“Yes, this did happen to me. I’m sharing in the hope that others will feel no shame in sharing what happened to them.”

“Please don’t deflect or say it is not my story when it was already hard enough sharing it.”

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Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Khafi says she was raped at some point in her life. . The reality TV star shared the harrowing experience via her Twitter page on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. . According to her, the reason she didn't report the rapist was because the one person she told about the incident, ended up blaming her for getting raped. . "#WhyIDidntReport – because he apologised right after. Because I made myself believe him being drunk was an excuse. Because the one person I did tell said I caused it. Because I felt dirty and ashamed. #WeAreTired," she tweeted. . "Yes, this did happen to me. I’m sharing in the hope that others will feel no shame in sharing what happened to them. Please don’t deflect or say it is not my story when it was already hard enough sharing it." . Khafi's tweets are coming on the heels of the recent protests over the rape and murder of a young student in Benin, Nigeria. . #PulseNigeria #SAYNOTORAPE #ENDRAPE #JusticeForUwa

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