It has now emerged that a Tanzanian woman who was beaten up on the streets of Hong Kong in China is the one who started a fight with the attacker.
Yesterday, two Tanzanian women were spotted fighting on the streets, with one of the ladies using a piece of broken bottle glass to attack the victim, leaving her with serious bodily injuries.
She was left bleeding from her face and other body parts.
According to the source, Mange Kimambi, the injured lady is the one who started abusing the attacker.
She noted that onlookers tried to stop her but she would not stop before being brutally attacked.
"The news I have received is that the lady who was was beaten up on the streets is the one who started arguing with the lady (attacker), picked a fight with her. She thought she would easily beat the other lady, without knowing she was dealing with a crazy one," Mange said after a loose translation from Swahili.
From the video she shared, the lady was bleeding profusely as friends tried to give her first aid.
Watch the video from Instagram by vising this link: https://www.instagram.com/p/COYIA4BnA8O/
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