In a video making rounds on social media, an unidentified woman is seen assaulting a girl who is said to be her daughter who left home on Christmas Eve only to return two weeks later.
Most of the comments on the matter said the mother did well to beat her up for the “wayward behaviour.”
Below are some of the comments:
Very nice welcome mummy, well done. You deserve a treat after such a good job.if kunavana sekuru or babamnini go and find the find the jackal that was staying with her morizvambura tooo good.
Thts hw we grew up and it natured us to have good morals and respect if as long m not independe living under their roof i should abide by their rules parents no kid should live an independent yet you still under parents s control wangoda izvozvo go and go for good and if we could have mother’s like this one our generation to come will be best bcz uuuumhh vana vamazuvano vakurerwa kunge mazai and parents are producing a dangerous generation even to them full of undisrespectful manners…zvino book yazvirevo/proverbs inotsigira kuti kana mwana kunzwisisa kwanetsa tora chimuti amurange kurova chaiko as a sign m not happy about wat you have done and I don’t want you to repeat the same naiwo chive chirango chekuziva kuti zvandaita I have crossed the boundaries next time I shouldn’t either try at all ndinorohwa.no abuse at all at all.
Some suggested that she be sent back to where she was but others objected saying she was likely to live in poverty or get killed if she is sent back.
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