Adekunle Gold has taken a stance on those who have been shaming Dorcas Shola-Fapson since revealed her alleged attempted rape by a Taxify driver.
The music star who said he was surprised at the way people were calling out Shola-Fapson over the sad incident stating that comments like this cause people not to speak out when they are in trouble. Adekunle Gold made this known via his Twitter page on Friday, January 26, 2018.
"When someone narrates their ordeal these days, they get bashed and judged and you wonder why people don’t speak up when they are in trouble? I am reading comments on a blog; people abusing Dorcas for making the story up, other animals saying she’s proly dressed indecently. SMH," he tweeted.
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The alleged attack
This is coming barely 24 hours after Dorcas Shola-Fapson had called out a Taxify driver, Henry Nnaemeka for allegedly trying to rape her.
According to the actress, the driver of the cab, reportedly locked her in the car and drove her to a random house and tried to force her out of the car. Luckily for her, she had pepper spray with her which she emptied on his eyes.
Taxify's press statement
In the light of the crisis, Taxify released a press statement where they said they had petitioned the Special Investigation Bureau and the Nigeria Police Force to prosecute the driver.
The accused driver's side of the story
Well, the driver in the eyes of the storm, Henry Nnaemeka has come to defend himself, stating his own side of the story. He said Dorcas Shola Fapson had refused to tell him her destination after he picked her up prompting his refusal to take her further and trying to get her off his car.