It's been a back and forth and with audio and visuals being leaked on social media of what happened on that tragic night, Bujy Bikwa has decided to release a formally statement addressing the allegations.
A disturbing image of Boity Thulo has emerged on social media that shows her covered in blood after allegedly being attacked with a bottle by Bujy Bikwa. Bikwa was subsequently arrested then released out on R2000 bail by the Midrand Police station. He took to his social media platforms to set the record straight about what had happened: “ I have been through the most rough, emotional and difficult time the past few days regarding allegations against me of gender-based violence (GBV). I have been accused of GBV which in no way sits well with me as I have been labeled as an abuser which I am not and it saddens me to see how this spiraled out with people believing and siding with one side of the story.”
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