Shekinah Jo Posts Horrific Picture of Domestic Violence Beating

Published On April 27, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

Just this past Monday (April 24th) reality star Shekinah Jo Anderson, best known as the best friend and hairstylist of Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris, took to her Instagram account to post an image of herself with a swollen face and allegations of a domestic dispute.

She’d later deleted the image, however, felt that it would be necessary to take to Instagram Live to fully explain the situation and why she’d decided to post the picture in the first place.

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During her live session, Anderson stated that she’d felt that her situation was one that needed to be talked about being that she’d made the choice to let people into her personal business by posting the image.

Making things clearer for her viewers, the ATL hairstylist set the record straight:

“I’m real,” she says. “I don’t know if any of y’all know that, and I don’t have anything to hide from none of y’all.”

She’d also shared brutal details of two other incidents that allegedly took place and even took responsibility for some of her actions that could have led up to the unfortunate claims.

“The first time me and this young man got into it, we were tussling because I was hitting him,” she says. “It ain’t no secret. I was hitting him. He accused me of something and I popped him. I was wrong. I take that. The second time he mushed me in my face before The Real. Let’s get it clear. I didn’t get my a** beat. I got mushed in the face.”

Anderson goes on to explain that she’d contacted police before choosing to take to Instagram to tell her story, however, she also says that they weren’t as helpful as she would have liked for them to be. She’d also made it clear that she is no longer in the relationship that led up to such dangerous and traumatic events.

We all love Shekinah and wouldn’t wish such a situation on her, or anyone else for that matter. However, let’s just hope that her story helped someone who may think that they are unable to leave an physically, mentally and emotional violent relationship.

If your significant other is putting their hands on you, whether male or female, LEAVE!



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