Shekinah Jo Admits She Was Punched & Attacked By Ex
Reality star Shekinah Jo Anderson, best friend of Tameka “Tiny’ Harris, posted a photo on Monday to her Instagram account alleging that she was involved in a domestic violence dispute. She later deleted the photo. The day after the incident, Anderson took to Instagram Live to explain why she posted the photo of herself in the mist of the physical altercation. In the photo (which we have opted not to post) and on IG Live, you can see Anderson has a visible mark around her eye. She explains,
Yesterday, I was not in a good space. A lot of people called and text me and I thank you for the love and support. I’m real. I don’t know if any of y’all know that, and I don’t have anything to hide from none of y’all. Right now I’m sitting over here messed up and I’m going through it. However, I feel like I owe it to y’all because I put it out there to explain my situation. Yesterday, was a bad day. I got into an altercation with someone. It was a bad situation. It was something I wasn’t even looking forward to. Yes, I did call the police. I called the police before I went on Instagram. I got pissed off at the police because they weren’t coming. I was like ‘hey, somebody needs to know with this man has done to me.’ I don’t approve of no woman getting their a** beat.
In the Live stream video Anderson goes on to detail two other occasion of physical violence in their relationship.
The first time me and this young man got into it we were tussling, because I was hitting him. 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 I went to ‘The Real’. Let’s get it clear. I didn’t get my a** beat. I got mushed in my face. That was wrong too. Nobody don’t deserve to be mushing nobody in the face. But got mushed.
A lot of women have been getting beat and don’t want to talk about it. But I’m one that don’t mind (telling). Yesterday, I don’t know what happen. I don’t know if the devil got into him or what happened, because at the end of the day I‘m not taking up for him. He’s not a bad person. I wouldn’t be sitting around a person that’s just an awful person. I am not with him. I am a single person and we haven’t been in a relationship since Saturday. And a man should not touch you. But, at the end of the day I’m just clearing the air. I haven’t been sitting up getting my a** whooped. That’s what I’m trying to let y’all know.
See the clip.
If you are seeking help against domestic violence you can contact The National Domestic Violence Hotline 1800-799-7233.