Pearl Modiadie has left the socials shook after she opened up about encountering inappropriate behavior at her previous work environment.
Pearl, who from the outset was reluctant to open up to the world about being a survivor of inappropriate behavior at her previous work, has nitty gritty the various upsetting encounters she suffered under her male administrator while working at a major radio station.
This is following a report made by Sunday World which gave Modiadie the boldness to affirm the story via online media. Pearl, who had been a moderator at Metro FM for a very long time, had raised her concerns to the then station supervisor about the lewd behavior ,treatment and unseemly remarks that she was getting from her director.
"I had replicated the station supervisor in the email and there was never a reaction from her. It was rarely tended to," said Pearl to Sunday World.
In a tweet that has since got many revitalizing behind the radio character for asserting back her force by standing up, Modiadie implied how "appreciative" she was that the media "got it" as she would've never dared to revolt against the inappropriate behavior she was exposed to at Metro FM.
As per the distribution, the inappropriate behavior Modiadie, who used to co-host the noontime show with Thomas Msengana, purportedly experienced at the public telecaster was uncovered by sources who delivered email trades between the radio character and the station's showcasing group.
The trades likewise showed how Modiadie had griped to the then station director about improper remarks that he was making about her just as his sexual allusions about her body.
Be that as it may, when stood up to with Modiadie's charges, the SABC's administration said the matter was not drawn out into the open.
"The SABC can affirm that we don't know about this matter," SABC’s Gugu Ntuli, said when addressed.
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