Mshoza slams today's 'It Girls' and shares advice with young women

Mshoza slams today's 'It Girls' and shares advice with young women

As a veteran in the music industry, Mshoza knows exactly what happens behind the scenes. She recently called on women in the entertainment world to support each other rather than showing hate.

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South African Kwaito star, Mshoza, has been in the music industry for more than 20 years and knows all the good, bad and the ugly it holds.

Mshoza is known for supporting fellow female artists and showing them love and is disappointed that there aren't more women doing the same.

The musician has noticed how fake young women can be towards each other, and how they trash-talk each other like it's nobody's business.

She does not like this one bit.

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Taking to social media, Mshoza said women in the entertainment world should support each other and show more love.

"We need to support and embrace us as ladies of the entertainment industry. The time to have strong female leaders is now but it begins with us Queens loving one another."

TimesLIVE reports that Mshoza also said that women are so cold towards each other that when they reach the top of their careers, they are all alone.

"What I have been observing, the way in which ladies talk, support and even warm up to each other, it is not purely done. If you're not on top, you are alone - unless you are on top. There's no sincere relationship amongst the girls."

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Briefly.co.za gathered that Mshoza compared this generation to those who came before them, and according to her, there is a lack of respect for one another.

"The era of Brenda Fassie and crew was a very united one. We need to revive that spirit. Especially young industry ladies - they are the ones who can change the game and bring all females together."

Check out Mshoza's full post:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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