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Tanzanian celebrities react to Shilole’s horrifying photos after receiving serious beating from husband

July 09, 2020 at 15:49
Tanzanian celebrities react to Shilole’s horrifying photos after receiving serious beating from husband

Singer Shilole has not been living a peaceful life ever since she settled down with hubby, Uchebe. The two exchanged their vows back in 2018; and what was supposed to be a happy marriage turned ugly.

In a post shared by Shilole, we now understand that she has not only been facing verbal; but physical abuse from her husband of 2 years. In the detailed post, Shilole exposed Uchebe for being a violent man who took no mercy while beating her following a heated argument that turned ugly.

Apart from exposing him, the singer went on to call off her marriage saying she was not fed up and ready to move on with her life without Uchebe.

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Shilole physically abused by husband, Uchebe

Friends and fans step in

Judging from the horrifying photos shared by the singer; any woman in her right mind would never go back to such a relationship; and fellow celebrities who sympathized with her also happened to mention the same.

Among those who reached out to Shilole is Zari Hassan who went on to ask Shilole to pick up her phone; as she hoped to play her part as a friend to the lady. Among those who reached out to the singer is actress Elizabeth Micheal; Aunt Ezekiel among other female celebrities who could not stomach the fact that one of their own had been suffering in silence.

Celebrities react to Shilole’s horrifying photos

From the comment section; it’s evident that even male artists in the entertainment did not agree with how Uchebe handled his marital issues.

Celebrities comfort Shilole

Some of the celebrities went on to demand the arrest of Uchebe who is said to be free at the moment. Well, with her photos making rounds on social media hopefully Shilole will be able to get the justice she needs.

 

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