- South Africans are reacting to a picture shared on social media by a lovely woman showing her rural background in the Eastern Cape
- The beautiful woman is seen in the image standing in front of a rondavel that has attracted her social media followers
- Although some believe the woman is using the village scenery to just pose for snaps, some have commended her for being proud of her roots
- Briefly News takes a look at the comments from all over Mzansi as social networkers express different views on the image
A South African woman has taken to social media to share her background when it comes to her roots and has attracted massive reactions. Looking at her social media post, the account holder is named Sam Beynon, who is seen enjoying herself on the outskirts of the Eastern Cape.
The woman has just dropped a beautiful image of herself standing in front of the old rondavel house structure and her followers are divided when it comes to her post.
"Uyaxoka le the only reason I love iilali is because I grew up there and it's the only place that truly feels like home otherwise there's not much excitement there.”
“People like Sammy, make me weak on the knees, for me its a noblest thing when I am embraced by whites, my oppression experience doesn't stick to them, I see human race as originally created by God, come let's develop our country Sammy.”
“Twitter should have voice messaging.”
“You only there for pictures. You don't really understand the realities of growing up ezilalini. No medical aid, wi-fi etc. You really don't have a clue.”
@Naulty Malinga said:
“Beautiful. I mean beautiful scenery.”
“Growing up in Gauteng you’ll never get the experience of deep rurals if you reading this and you from the rurals please invite me to get that week’s experience.”
“My face is all over the world but my soul will always be in Africa... Very proud of you.”
Black woman confesses
In other related stories, Briefly News reported that a black woman called Mari Van Heerden recently did an interview in which she explains why she believes she is a white woman.
According to Van Heerden, she has never had any black people influence the way she speaks and eats. She even added that growing up, she only had plans to marry a white man.
"I was raised white from the beginning. I never had the opportunity to learn from black people, so I'm white," she can be heard saying in the clip.
The clip garnered many reactions from locals who either supported Van Heerden or called her ignorant. Read a few of their interesting opinions about the interview below:
@Muedinc said: "If men can identify as women and vice versa why can't she identify as white? It's how she feels inside."
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