There's a new viral social media challenge that is taking Mzansi by storm. The #DMXchallenge is all about embracing and showing the beauty of African ladies and their hair. Rapper Moozlie has joined in on the fun.
South Africans aren't about to get left behind and have joined in on the latest viral challenge, the #DMXchallenge.
This one has a positive message and puts the limelight on the beauty and versatility of African women and their hair.
Local rapper, Moozlie, has also taken part and brought her own flames to it.
Briefly.co.za learnt from TimesLIVE that the challenge was born when American rapper, DMX, performed and noted how he appreciated the instant versatility of black women’s hair.
Moozlie isn't the only South African to do the challenge - many other beautiful influencers have also nailed this thing.
These ladies prove beyond a doubt that South African women have beauty and class that cannot be ignored. #Wow
Check them out:
Talking about embracing positive body image, actress and plus-size model, Nobuhle Mahlasela, has taken to her Instagram account to share a happy, confident and body-positive message with her followers and fans.
Nobuhle, most famous for her role as Aggie in 7de Laan, wants women to look after and accept their bodies, regardless of their size.
She said that your size does not determine who you are, and showed off with her curvy self in a pool.
It's amazing to see our country's women so empowered and proud.
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