School Girls Assault Fellow School Mate And Twitter Doesn’t Like It

School Girls Assault Fellow School Mate And Twitter Doesn’t Like It. One of the tweeps said that what the girls did was abuse.

Violence has been a huge issue in South Africa, especially violence by men and violence in schools. A video has emerged that changes the gender roles but shows violence in schools. The video shows one girl speaking to a boy, the boy is attentively listening.

In the next moment of the video, one other girl comes in the video and slaps the boy. Five girls ended up beating the boy up. One girl also kicked his head and was reprimanded by one of the students that were recording. People on Twitter were furious with what the girls did to the boy.

One of the tweeps said that what the girls did was abuse. Another tweep spoke about how violent the students were and said what they did was wrong. The tweep said: “This is wrong! Rubbish in totality! When did young students become this violent! The poor guy couldn’t defend himself, they even matched his head. What did he do?”

One tweep says it would have the trend of social media if a guy was beating up a female. The tweep said: “If the reverse was the case, it would definitely have been trending by now.” Another tweep said: “Wrong is wrong doesn’t matter the gender!” One tweep attacked women for thinking the video was funny, while also giving advice to the fellow women. The tweep said: “Wow! So some can laugh at a vedio like this? SMH! DOUBLE STANDARD! train up your child in the way she should grow…So that when she is old she will not depart from it.”

One tweep blames the parents of the five girls that beat up the boy. The tweep said: “These girls’ parents have all failed. That’s all…Charity begins at home…This is [how] mothers treat other men, and they had been noticing for years…its now time for practicals…”

These are some of the tweets:

by Alexandra Ramaite

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