Starlet posts "If rape is inevitable, lay back and enjoy it" on Instagram, immediately educated by the rest of humanity
TV actress Nathalie Hart posted this...thing on Instagram a few days ago. The fact that Hart received this "advice" from her dad is particularly disturbing. It has since been deleted and the actress has issued an apology, but just so we’re clear: Rape is wrong and is light years away from being enjoyable.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer picked up the story on Thursday (December 11), sharing a photo that Mo Twister posted on his own Instagram account. The radio personality captioned it: "Okay doll, looks like I have to unfollow you now."
According to the report, several other social media users and groups called out the inescapable wrongness of the post. Hart responded on Twitter to @UVAR_global (United Voices Against Rape) and expressed regret:
Hart is a former GMA-7 talent from Starstruck and is part of the MMFF 2014 entry Shake, Rattle, and Roll XV.
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