Stand up for yourself or else it will be late and no one will come for.
Radio presenter Lucky Mbabazi has asked singer Weasel’s wife Sandra Teta to stand up for herself before something bad happens to her lest she ends up losing herself.
Weasel’s wife Sandra needs to desist from covering rot before something bad happens to herLucky Mbabazi
How it all started
Sandra is allegedly struggling with domestic violence where Weasel beats her up badly but as a person, she hasn’t said anything about it.
Even when her photos with wounds and bruises made rounds on social media a statement later came out where she allegedly denied everything claiming Weasel didn’t beat her. The statement shared read that she was attacked by thugs.
However, a source told this News website that her phone was later taken away from her and many alleged that it was Weasel who was covering up.
A video over the weeks circulated on Social Media where Weasel is seen with another unidentified man carrying his two kids with Teta to Nomad bar in the wee hours of the morning shouting Obscenities in Luganda.
Daniela Atim Weighs In
However, her sister-in-law Danielle Jose Chameleone’s wife has been raising her voice on her behalf seeking for her justice and help and calling out for feminists to help Sandra by adding a voice.
She also narrates how Sandra has been hiding from her parents in Kigali Rwanda.
According to Lucky Mbabazi, Sandra needs to speak for herself because people will not believe her until she stands up for her rights and seek justice.
Lucky said Danielle is doing a lot but the person she is helping looks not to be minding and before she knows anything she will have lost some of her body parts due to domestic violence.
“Jose Chameleon’s wife Danielle us doing a lot for Sandra’s life and we can’t thank her enough but Sandra needs to speak up for herself too. She needs to speak the truth if she keeps hiding we shall think she is okay and we will find when she is lame. I want her to stand up for herself and we shall add our voices on her to get justice,”Lucky Mbabazi Said