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In a lengthy statement on her Instagram story this morning, the singer berated the social media platform for its insensitivity towards domestic violence victims."Now SNAPCHAT I know you already know you ain't my fav app out there!
But I'm just trying to figure out what the point was with this mess!
Sandra Horley CBE, chief executive of Refuge, said: “Whatever goes wrong in a relationship, no man has a right to hit his partner.
We all say and do things we later regret, but domestic violence does not ‘take two’.
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Blaming the victim is another way perpetrators maintain control over their victims – it shifts the responsibility to the woman.
It's a real fight in the car, and we driving in the street."I'm like, ‘Yo, we tripping, what the fuck, what are we doing?
’ She tried to grab for my phone, and I'm not giving her my phone, to throw it out the window." He says he then pulled over: “I'm just trying to resolve the situation, I'm not trying to fight.“She takes the keys out of the car...
It was always a point to where we talk about it like, "What the fuck are we doing?
"'He added: “Shit, I'm not ever trying to put my hands on any female.“I felt like a fucking monster.” reached out to domestic abuse charity Refuge for a comment.