I know I said I would stop writing these type of articles but I can’t help it.
Do you see sis’ face? I don’t know who Christopher Dwayne Martin is in real life but from the looks of these pictures, he’s a monster.
The woman in the picture is Rahshina Brown. I don’t know her but know more than I need to as I scrolled down her Facebook page. Apparently (and unsurprisingly) trips to the emergency room has been a consistent energy in her life all 2019.
Christopher Dwayne Martin is her boyfriend. He’s a coward who can’t keep his hands to himself. He’s also a registered sex offender. He also looks about 40 but he was born in 1994, but that’ neither here nor there.
As I scroll through the comments, there are countless men who claim that she was “begging for attention” when she posted the video of Christopher Martin beating her.
Why didn’t she leave?
She must like it, she stayed?
Who goes in Facebook Live if their boyfriend is beating them up?
These are just some of the mindless questions I sifted through.
Let me help you out. Sometimes women can’t leave. Whether the reason is emotional or financial, sometimes women are tethered to the men they love, no matter how hard it gets.
Look at her face. Look at it. Do you really think she likes that? Do you really think she enjoys having her face disfigured by the man she loves?
Thank God she went on Facebook Live. Thank goodness she was brave enough to share her story and put a face behind domestic abuse. It’s one thing to talk about domestic violence but it is a whole other to actually see it.
I hope Christoper is arrested and jailed. I hope inmates do to him what he did to a defenseless woman. I don’t want to wish bad on anyone but there are some evil people in the world and he is one of them.
I hope whoever Rahshina is, she gets the help she needs. I hope she discovers a love for herself and a forgiveness that only comes with time.
I also hope she has brothers, uncles and cousins with hands. I hope they beat him mercilessly before he gets to the jail. I hope they beat his friend in the video too for standing by and doing nothing.
Seriously, domestic violence can happen to anyone at anytime and it’s no laughing matter. If you or someone you know needs help, call 1-800-799-7233.