• Her message is coming during a week when singer Avril asked the public to forgive her baby daddy J Blessing whom she had been in an altercation with.
Lillian Ng'ang'a wishes bravery and healing to all those who have experienced abuse. Ng'ang'a voiced her thoughts in response to recent domestic and global news reports regarding abuse.
She wrote, "Abusers are the kindest, most lovely people to the world except to the ones who are close to them.
She added, "Women really do cover for men, ending up in trauma bonds that become so hard to break free from."
Her message is coming during a week when singer Avril asked the public to forgive her baby daddy J Blessing whom she had been in an altercation with.
"I forgive you J, please find it in your hearts to forgive him too. Everyone is deserving of forgiveness in this life.
My heart is so heavy that I had to tell the world my business....Matters are with the relevant authorities and I am doing okay," said Avril.
In a statement, J Blessing wrote;
“I sincerely apologize for any harm I have caused Avril or any other person. I am not innocent, but I would like to clarify a few things. About a year ago, we had a physical altercation where we both got hurt and on that day, I immediately took her to the hospital at Agahkan. I take full responsibility for that moment of weakness: One of the pictures she posted is from that incident,” he said in part.
"Avril and I have agreed that it is Best for both of us to stay away from each other".
“Last night, there was a situation that led to an altercation, but it was not a beating as suggested. I want to assure everyone that I did not beat her. I am not an abuser, and I do not support violence. I am a human being who has made mistakes in my life. Avril and I have agreed that it is Best for both of us to stay away from each other to prevent such incidents from happening again,”.