Charlee Hustle Honors Women Through Documentary

“We all have a common goal to change the world and make it a better place for all, because there’s only one race and that’s the human race. We are creatives united with a purpose, using art and creative writing to make the world a better place”, said Charlotte Gumbi, founder of a Non-Profit Human Rights Organization called ‘Humanity Must Rise’.

The blogger, Youtuber, artist manager, motivational speaker was speaking on the sidelines of announcing an upcoming documentary titled ‘Love Lead Protect’ that her organization is fronting.
 ‘Love Lead Protect’ is in honor of all the girls and women who have suffered by the hand of their father, husband, boyfriend or any evil man. A lot of our young boys don’t have male role models in their lives, hence they don’t really know the value of women or how women should be treated. We hope this documentary will teach our young men and women that God made men stronger than women not so they can hurt, abuse and rape us but so they can “Love, Lead & Protect” us, like my dad used to say.
“For me, this is also a special dedication to my dad Albert Mvuseni Gumbi. My dad is my hero and a great example of what a father should be. Growing up he always used to say to my sister and me “My job as your father is to Love, Lead and Protect you, not to hurt or harm you” he used to tell us that there are bad fathers out there who force themselves on their daughters. He would tell us that if any of our friends at school ever said this was happening to them, we should report the matter and try to make her see that this is wrong because some little girls don’t realize what is being done to them because they are just kids. He tried so hard to protect us but he had no idea that I had been raped at the age of 7 and I didn’t know how to tell him without breaking my dad’s heart”, said Charlotte, who herself was a victim of abuse as a young girl.

Humanity Must Rise mainly focuses on women and children’s rights and their belief is that ‘the world is not such a bad place, it just needs a little healing’.

Gumbi narrated how she herself managed to overcome tragedy and decided to make a stand through her foundation.
 “Having been a victim of rape, I lived all my life thinking that bad things happen to good people, thinking that I was somehow at fault and had this smelly terrible dirt mark I couldn’t get rid of. I attempted suicide a few times and suffered from depressions most of my life but in 2015 I decided ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! I couldn’t help but think of all the horrible things I had been through and how lucky I was to still be alive. I asked myself what was wrong with the world and how I could change it. They say Life is 20% what happens to you and 80% how you react to what happens to you. That God gives his toughest battles to his toughest soldiers.
 “That’s the day I decided to stop hiding behind the shame of the abuse. I decided to start sharing my story in hopes that it might give healing to another 7 year old girl out there. I know that there are many women living with these same scars. Women, girls and even boys who are contemplating suicide because they blame themselves for what has been done to them. I am here to tell you that you are not alone. We need to teach our kids to report such cases and seek counselling. We need to teach our boys to treat women and girls right, we need to teach them love. We are raising Kings, not women and child abusers”, she said.

Charlee Hustle, as she is popularly known, is, among other things, also working hard in pushing her brand and artists, the likes of Magnum4D5 and JayMacSwag.