Every Rαpists, Rαpe Apologists And Those Protecting Them Deserve To Die – Don Jazzy

Don Jazzy has lamented over the recent rape happenings in Nigeria.

Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy has said that every rapists, rape apologists and those protecting them deserve to die for their barbaric acts.

Don Jazzy stated this in reaction to the recent rape and murder of two young girls (17-year-old Tina Ezekwe and 22-year-old Uwa Omozuwa) who had sparked outrage among Nigerians on social media with the hashtags #JusticeForTina and #JusticeForUwa.

KanyiDaily had reported that Uwa Omozuwa was brutally raped and murdered by unknown assailants inside RCCG church where she went to read in Benin, while Tina Ezekwe was was shot dead by a trigger happy policeman in Lagos.

Sharing a photo of himself, holding a placard with an inscription; ”Say No to Rape” on his Instagram page, Don Jazzy said death is the most appropriate fate that should be meted on every rapists and their associates because of the lives their acts will ruin.

”I saw a thread on Twitter, different ladies writing about their traumatic rape experiences. I can’t begin to imagine how these women feel,” he wrote.

”The pain they suffered and are suffering mentally every day. It is so heartbreaking. I believe every rapist deserves to die.

”If you are a rapist out there and you see this, you should be ashamed of yourself and I want you to know that one day you will pay for your barbaric crimes.

”This goes to rape apologists too and those that know a rapist and is protecting them. SHAME ON YOU. #saynotorape #JusticeforUwa #JusticeforTina #WeAreTired.”

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