New Zealand bachelor star Lily McManus has warned her fans about a dangerous TikTok trend encouraging men to commit sexual assault.
Hysteria flooded social media last month when six unidentified men reportedly posted a TikTok video call for April 24 to be dubbed “ National Rape Day. ”
The video has since been considered a “ hoax ” for lack of evidence, but that hasn’t stopped social media users from voicing their fears for the welfare of women and children.
Sick trend: New Zealand bachelor Lily McManus, 24, (pictured) hailed dangerous TikTok ‘Rape Day’ trend on Tuesday
24-year-old Lily weighed in on Tuesday’s discussion, calling the nauseating ‘National Rape Day’ trend ‘f ** ked’, revealing that her good friend was actually the victim of an incident involving alcohol on April 24.
Lily posted on Instagram Stories, explaining that her friend was visiting a Gold Coast bar when she was approached by a group of five men.
Apparently the most beautiful [guy] stood right in front of her, stood very close to her face, telling her over and over that she was beautiful while asking for her Instagram. ‘
Disgust: Lily labeled the nauseating ‘National Rape Day’ trend ‘f ** ked’ and revealed that her good friend was the victim of a drinking incident on April 24.
While Lily’s girlfriend thought the meeting was just “ creepy, ” she later found out that the men were secretly pricking her drink.
What she didn’t know was that while one man sat in her face to distract her, another had come in next to her and slipped something into her drink. While the other guys paused to keep everyone from seeing, ‘Lily revealed.
“Within half an hour she could no longer walk, she had to vomit, she could no longer see and doesn’t remember anything from that moment in the night.”
‘She couldn’t walk in half an hour’: Lily explained that her friend was visiting a bar on the Gold Coast when she was approached by a group of five men, one of whom started flirting with her, while the others were helping her. to drink
Fortunately, the woman left the bar with her friends not long after consuming the fortified drink, possibly saving her from sexual abuse by the men who drugged her.
Lily said she believes the fact that this incident happened on April 24 was no coincidence.
While the ‘trend was supposedly a hoax about the spark of mass media hysteria among women, the night my boyfriend was drugged was on April 24th. Which further highlights the influence of these so-called ‘jokes’ on boys, ” she wrote.
While the “ trend was supposedly a hoax on the spark of mass media hysteria among women, the night my girlfriend was drugged on April 24 ” was Lily said she believes the fact that this incident happened on April 24 was no coincidence
Lily went on to condemn men for disrespecting women, encouraging others to mention bad behavior.
Last month, TikTok released a statement on the ‘National Rape Day’ video explaining that all content promoting sexual assault would be removed from the platform.
The alleged ‘National Rape Day’ trend being reported on is abhorrent and would be a direct violation of our Community Guidelines, and while we have seen no evidence of this trend on our platform, our security team remains vigilant and would remove such content, said a spokesman.
‘Sometimes the voices of other men are the only voice that affects these men’: Lily went on to condemn men who disrespect women and encourage others to speak out bad behavior
Tik Tok will remove all content that “ promotes, normalizes, or glorifies non-consensual or consensual touch, including rape and sexual assault, ” she added.
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‘Our security team remains vigilant and would remove such content’: Last month, TikTok released a statement on the ‘National Rape Day’ video, explaining that all content promoting sexual assault would be removed from the platform