Salamina Mosese defends all black people against suggestions they're 'lazy'

Salamina Mosese defends all black people against suggestions they're 'lazy'

Actress Salamina Mosese has spoken up on behalf of all black people to shut down those suggesting they are lazy.

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Taking to social media, Mosese tweeted how she saw black people standing in queues for taking before the crack of dawn, yet still people call them lazy.

"If you have ever left your house to get somewhere just before the crack of dawn, you'd be shocked by how many of our people are already in public transport queues en-route to work. These are the same people tht 'supposedly' don't work hard enough.", she tweeted.

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Her tweet inspired others to share their personal stories similar to the issue Mosese discussed in her post.

"I used to wake up at 4am to catch a taxi from Mulbarton to Town by 4h45, just so I could make it to Noord before 6am to catch a taxi to Randburg and GUARANTEE reaching my office before 8h30am....the Randburg taxi queue was and I believe still is HELL", Pal Mabelane commented.
"I see them everyday! My heart breaks, especially for the women and kids," Reality star Lexi added.

"Waking up in the wee hours ,getting home after dark .Absent parents because of circumstances(kids already asleep or playing in streets)....All too familiar...working under undignified, dehumanizing conditions for the meager wages ...just to spend the majority on transport ", @LeratoAure commented.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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