After a heated argument Kea decides she’s fed up with his emotional and physical abuse and pushes Tebogo away. He then slaps her, she fights back and this is what happens next:
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As he continued to punch her and throw her around, people tweeted their reaction.
So I grew up witnessing what was happening on the Queen firsthand, I am properly traums after this episode of #TheQueenMzansi 😭😭 it was too much for me. Strength to those who go through this.
May i never attract a Tebogo in my life.#TheQueenMzansi
Both Moeketsi and Makhanya were applauded for their performance:
This episode took me back when I witnessed my mother being hit and burnt in a stove by my father. I was only 9 years old but the picture is still clear in my mind #TheQueenMzansi pic.twitter.com/6aLzwJspOP
@therealdineo @FezileMakhanya I’m really proud of how far you two pushed that physical abuse scene! I know you were both emotionally spent on the day, but Bravo🙌🏾! Message LOUD & CLEAR! #StopWomenAbuse #POWA #TheQueenMzansi
I'm grateful that we challenged ourselves the way we did @FezileMakhanya We knew of the ramifications and went full steam ahead. Dare I say It, I am proud of us. We took stand against the perils of abuse. Love to the entire #TheQueenMzansi team. They supported us immensely.
If you are being abused or know of someone who is, here are NGO's that help victims of domestic violence:
People Opposed to Woman Abuse, or Powa
Powa provides counselling, both telephonically and in person, temporary shelter for and legal help to women who have experienced violence.
Stop Gender Violence
Run by LifeLine Southern Africa, Stop Gender Violence offers crisis counselling for women who have been raped or abused. It also gives advice and support to people who wish to help women who are in need of help, and gives legal and other options available.