RAPE CLAIMS EMERGE AFTER ‘MOLLIS’ SEX CLIP GOES VIRAL

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‘MOLLIS’ SEX CLIPAllegations of rape have emerged after a disturbing audio of a woman begging for mercy from a man she was having sex with went viral on social media.

The issue surrounding the distressing clip started circulating among.Kenyans on Twitter Wednesday before the audio was shared many times via WhatsApp and soundcloud.

For starters, the audio features what sounds like a woman dazed by alcohol – or other substance – saying she’s had enough of it.

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She is, however, cut short by a voice of a man mumbling words that would easily make the lyrics of America’s Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines sound like a gospel song.

There have been suggestions that the scene may have been staged by people out to entertain the ever curious KOT (Kenyans on Twitter).

But by Thursday, most KOT were disgusted by the audio clip – and people making memes from it – and had a verdict: it was rape! They used the hashtag #Mollis borne out of the woman’s mispronunciation of the name Morris, supposedly due to the influence of alcohol or some other substance.

PAIN AND SHAME

Rachel Gichinga fired a salvo on Twitter: “This Mollis audio that #KOT is passing around with such amusement.

How is it not jarring to hear a woman ask 20+ times for someone to stop?” while Monsieur Edward (@edkabasa) added: “That was rape right there. Lets find who this #Mollis is.

Corrie Mwende also weighed in: “But today I have seen the true colours of those i considered gentlemen and ladies on twitter…this TL #Mollis now i know!! #Sad”

TV personality (@MissTamima) tweeted: “As K.O.T crack up #Mollis there’s a woman in pain & shame because the horror she had to endure is a public joke. Say NO to date rape culture.”

A campaign to #EndRapeCulture immediately started and was gaining momentum.

Mukabi Wa Njoroge (@kabbz) tweeted: “I thot when I listen to that #Mollis clip i would b dead laughing bt I cdn’t even stand it. That is rape in progress n we are here laughing (sic)”, while @WexKhalifa added: “I’ve just realized that this #Mollis thing was a rape case, so sad indeed.”

Another Twitter user m (@cwkimani) pleaded for a moratorium on the circulation of the clip: “For the sake of that helpless lady, lets stop circulating that #Mollis audio via whatsapp, hurting girls doesn’t make you a bull! (sic)”

But some were not convinced. Jacqueline Collines (@collines_jacque) wrote: “#Mollis. That’s a lady who had full consent of what was going on so for those feeling sorry…it’s not a rape case” while Cleophas Maragia (@CleoAngieM) said: “To have a conversation about rape we also have to talk about personal responsibility on the side of ladies, not just male restraint #Mollis.”

(Nairobi News)

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