Refilwe Modiselle Bags Hosting Gig That Stands for All She Believes In

Refilwe Modiselle Bags Hosting Gig That Stands for All She Believes In

- Refilwe Modiselle got chosen to host an event which she is looking very forward to as it preaches everything she stands strongly for

- Sharing the news, Refilwe expressed her excitement and made it known that the content of this event is going to be lit

- Refilwe will be hosting the awesome event on 15 June and is the perfect icon for diversity

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Refilwe Modiselle bagged a new hosting gig and she is buzzing. Refilwe got chosen to host the Be The Voice event.

Sharing the news on social media, Refilwe expressed how grateful she is to host an event that embraces diversity and preaches inclusivity.

“As I facilitate a panel discussion on Diversity & Inclusion in all spheres of work in celebration of youth month in South Africa. It's going to be lit... The content we show up for.”

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Refilwe Modiselle bags hosting gig that stands for all she believes in
Refilwe Modiselle proudly announced a new hosting gig, expressing how excited she is for the content it is going to bring. Image: @refilwemodiselle.
Source: Twitter

Refilwe will be hosting the awesome event on 15 June and is the perfect icon for diversity – everything this event stands for.

“ Meet Host for #BeTheVoice @vanillablaq Africa's first successful model with Albinism & award-winning actress. Join #BeTheVoice 15th June 2021. Stand a chance to win tablets, Nestlè Hampers, and a cash prize of R5000. Book your spot > http://bit.ly/3oeQjPb.”

Briefly News previously reported that South African model and entertainer Refilwe Modiselle, aka "VanillaBlaq", does not want to be called an "albino". Refilwe often uses her platform to educate people on albinism and she's been laying down some more facts.

Refilwe constantly reminds people to not refer to others with albinism as "albinos". She clapped back at a Twitter user who asked her if there were any "albino" models in South Africa.

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A few people took to the comments section to drop a few names of models who have albinism but Refilwe hit back and let people know that she's not about using the term "albino".

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