See Photos Of Izu Who Reportedly Committed Suicide After He Was “Falsely Accused Of Rape”
By RoundleatherGuy | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Rape is always a sensitive topic to talk about on any platform in the world. Opinions on rape are always controversial, not to talk of being accused of perpetrating the act itself. A young Nigerian Fashion designer committed suicide after being accused of rape. Here are some details of what happened.
Izu was a fashion designer and entrepreneur and he was accused of rape on Twitter alongside some other names by an account named 'nanichianese'
After the allegations, Izu seemingly reached out to the accuser and they talked about the issue. The screenshot which can be seen below.
The accuser said in one of her tweets that it was a non physical harassment which ultimately does not amount to Rape.
However, Izu committed suicide after he tweeted about it in a on twitter, his tweet read “Oh and If you are reading this, I’m dead lol”. He tweeted that on Friday 17th of July 2020.
False Rape allegations can destroy one’s reputation and life.
See Izu’s pictures below.
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