hosea chanchez gets transparent about being molested

the truth can set you free.
it’s true.
sometimes,
you have to face your demons in order to be at peace.
i haven’t seen malik from “the game“,
played by hosea chanchez,
in a minute.
weird enough,
i thought about him randomly the other day.
he wrote a very transparent entry on his ig about being molested today.
this is what he had to font

my cousin hybrid told me the person who did it to me died.
some of my family members didn’t take me seriously when i told them what happened.
my parents included.
i think i had to do with the “not wanting to believe it” mentality.
i think if it happened to my cousin hybrid,
it would have been a different outcome.
it effected me for a long time by keeping me really reserved.
i didn’t feel comfortable with my body or the feelings i was having towards males.
i still do at times.
like many other things that happened to me in my life,
i had to bottle it up and just move on.

We don’t talk about males getting molested enough.

it needs to be discussed more often.
even those stories of under-aged males losing their virginity to older females/males.
that type of shit fucks you up.
i’m glad hosea was brave enough to share such a powerful story.

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Author: jamari fox

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6 thoughts on “hosea chanchez gets transparent about being molested

  1. I commend him and you for acknowledging what happened and taking the necessary steps to move forward. A lot of people try to keep it to themselves or act out because of this traumatic experience, but it has to be dealt with in order to heal. I hope the both of you, along with others, are able to move forward with your lives in the most positive way.

  2. I’m so sorry to hear that someone did this to Hosea and to you, JamariFox. Thank you for sharing your trauma and bringing abuse like this to light. So often it remains hidden, and predators are able to continue their horrific actions. The victims suffer in silence, and people often have no idea what’s really going on. Sending healing wishes to both of you.

  3. These things don’t happen in a vacuum. Usually there are more victims. They are allowed to continue because boys don’t tell. Or in my case they tell their parents and get shut down. I went through years of the same thing at my daycare from a family member of the person who ran the in house daycare. I’m sure I wasn’t the only one. Saw my tormentor when I was shopping with my mom when I was 15 and let’s just say it didn’t go well. Things were so different back then but the black community needs to stop brushing these situations under the rug. This dude here needs to be under the jail.

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