Monalisa Stephen challenged the honesty of men who wear roses pink after a video of the man who brutalizes women went viral. Models are larger, more relevant and creators of content.
A young man who brutalizes women in Disney, USA, shows his video, shared in famous Nigerian media figure Tunde Ednut. The video shows how a man was battering a woman in public and it caught the attention of Monalisa Stephens.
Not much is known for his harassment of his children, since he seemed relentless and furious. He attacked each family member again and again. As the fight became violent and the man became difficult to handle, the crowd hurried to hold him down, before he could injure or kill anyone.
Monalisa was obviously disappointed after seeing the video, and she can not help but react to the embarrassing video. She questioned the capability of the man to treat a woman right while also stating that "what do you expect from a man wearing pink?
see her tweet below:
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