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Radio presenter Phat Joe ruffled feathers on his morning show with his discussion about gender-based violence.

11.9.2019

On his 'Phat Joe And The Family' show, some of the topics discussed included how to eradicate gender-based violence including men being abused in relationships. IOL_Lifestyle

Radio presenter Phat Joe ruffled feathers on his morning show with his discussion about gender-based violence.

@TheRealPhatJoe @Radio2000ZA one male caller called and said "women have too many rights"and Phat Joe continued to engage this man and have a dialogue with him like what he just said is not completely insane.Youre doing absolutely nothing for the women we are mournig,nothing!!

— Thando Thabooty (@Thando_Thabethe) September 11, 2019 Others were critical of Phat Joe saying he felt diminished as a man since the conversation was "one-sided", and his reasoning regarding gender-based violence.

Talking about GBV saying he’s feeling diminished as a man because the conversation is one sided. Wtf is that

— Prover of points (@jellybaybey) September 11, 2019

The only thing that Phat Joe has us his light skin. Otherwise, depth of a plate. https://t.co/samx6wfh20

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