- Idols SA judge Unathi Nkayi gave Sarah Langa the platform to talk about pretty privilege and Mzansi social media users were not happy
- Sarah spoke about how pretty people have a role to uplift people who don't feel pretty and reflected on her own experiences
- Mzansi Twitter users were not thrilled with the interview at all and dragged both Sarah and Unathi in the comments section
Unathi Nkayi, a singer and Idols SA judge, recently had an Instagram chat with fashion influencers Kefilwe Mabote and Sarah Langa, and some Twitter users were not pleased with how Unathi handled the topic.
The three of them were talking about pretty privilege and how it affects society. Sarah then spoke about how important it is for beautiful people to uplift others in society.
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Sarah said that when you're pretty, it's your job to uplift people in society who do not feel pretty enough. Her statement was not received well by social media users and they had a lot to say about it.
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Even though pretty privilege is a real thing, Mzansi thinks that Sarah's words were harmful. Unathi was also dragged into the mix. Check out some of the reactions below:
"Sarah Langa has never opened her mouth and made sense. It’s Unathi for me, she gaslit uBabes. Chi."
"I feel like I get what Sarah is saying, however, I do not get the part about the role of uplifting others."
"Unathi is being sarcastic here."
Unathi Nkayi plays her part and drags a man for not wearing his mask
Briefly News previously reported that Unathi Nkayi confronted a man for not wearing a mask in public. Idols SA judge Unathi Nkayi was very upset when she saw a man at the mall not wearing a mask.
She decided to sort him out quickly and the video was reshared by Twitter user @SibusisoKetwa. Unathi used very strong language as she reprimanded the man for not being safe.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed things all over the world and in order to stop the spread of the virus, people have been told to wear a mask whenever they are in public. In a place like a mall, wearing a mask is mandatory and it is a criminal offence not to do so.
Unathi was dragging the man for not wearing a mask until he put the mask over his nose.
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