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Cici : this is the night the old me died

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It’s been almost eight months since the alleged domestic abuse incident between 999 boss Arthur Mafokate and Busisiwe ‘Cici’ Twala made headlines. Although Cici has recovered she recently had to reopen old wounds by unpacking the clothes she arrived at the hospital with from the night of the reported abuse.

Reliving the incident on Tuesday, Busisiwe Twala shared an Instagram video of the clothing she wore when the incident took place.

“For the first time today I unpacked the clothes that I arrived in at the Hospital.. Quiet sickening to think a person can cause such harm to another. This is the night the old me died. Spent 4-5 in surgery.” – the musician said.

Further on in the post Cici spoke about her journey to recovery. “Had to learn to walk again.. But most of all needed to learn to love my scars because this is what warriors are made of. On this night God granted me a second chance at life and I will run with it never to look back.. Superheroes don’t always wear Capes.. I needed to be my own.”

“Spent 4-5 in surgery had to learn how to walk again.. But most of all needed to learn to love my scars because this is what warriors are made of. On this night God granted me a second chance at life and I will run with it never to look back. Superheroes don’t always wear Capes..I needed to be my own superhero and night in shining armor.. #StopAbuse Thank you to @notinmynamesa for helping me fight this battle..Learning to forgive a man who wasn’t sorry was the hardest part..#takebackyourlife #takebackyourpower” Said Cici on Instagram.

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For the first time today I unpacked the clothes that I arrived in at the Hospital..Quiet sickening to think a person can cause such harm to another. Just reminded me that I did the right thing by speaking out about my abuse..This is the night the old me died. Spent 4-5 in surgery had to learn how to walk again.. But most of all needed to learn to love my scars because this is what warriors are made of. On this night God granted me a second chance at life and I will run with it never to look back.. Superheroes don't always wear Capes..I needed to be my own superhero and night in shining armor.. #StopAbuse Thank you to @notinmynamesa for helping me fight this battle..Learning to forgive a man who wasn't sorry was the hardest part..#takebackyourlife #takebackyourpower

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Hlulani Baloyi

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Contributing writer at Fame Africa TV. Loves reading books. Passionate in exploring and cooking local cuisines. Enthusiastic as an amateur cricket player.

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