South African singer Lady Zamar has just addressed and written a letter to her fellow women who might be hurting, providing them avenues for strength and healing.
The South African singer and songwriter Yamikani Janet Banda known professionally as Lady Zamar has just written and delivered a letter to her fellow women who may be suffering, offering them hope and healing.
The singer who was once a victim of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) takes to Twitter to express her support to these women.
The “Butterfly” crooner sure knows how and where it hurts and appears to be in a position to help her fellow women.
She urges women to be strong in a recent tweet, reassuring them that they are not to blame. She also remarked that individuals who remained silent in the face of abuse did not need to explain why they remained silent for so long.
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The SA singer took to her Twitter page and wrote a letter to her fellow women
“It’s not on you, you are not to blame…you don’t need to explain why you kept silent for so long. sometimes silence is the only way you survive and heal until you’ve gathered enough love, peace and strength to finally face the demons that almost broke and killed you.”
Lady Zamar furthers her letter by adorning these women with positive words; appraising their strength.
She added saying: