Khanyi Mbau responds to insensitive remark amidst SA's focus on women

Khanyi Mbau responds to insensitive remark amidst SA's focus on women

While South Africans are calling out men to step up and treat women better, one social media user had a nasty comment to say about Khanyi Mbau. Instead of getting mean, Khanyi replied with dignity that would shame anyone who has a conscience.

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Amid the focus on the violence against women in South Africa, one man has targeted Khanyi Mbau with a nasty and insensitive remark.

The celeb chose to deal with the troll in a dignified way rather than clapping back, and we love it.

Her powerful response would put anyone to shame who has just a fraction of a healthy conscience.

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The recent surge of violent crimes against women and children has left citizens asking, 'Am I next?' and Khanyi used the hashtag that was born out of this question, #AmINext.

When someone commented that she should have just ignored the troll, Khanyi said women have to speak up.

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This kind of behaviour is what South Africans are asking men to stop. With Uyinene Mrwetyana's tragic death still fresh in our memories, no one wants to see women treated with anything but love and care.

This was seen when Pearl Thusi was on the receiving end of a lot of hate after she asked Mzansi to help locate her phone. People were unhappy that she was being dragged and insulted.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that local comedian and TV personality, Siv Ngesi, has reached his limit with crime in Mzansi. On Sunday, he called for a national shut-down in the stand against crime.

This is a sentiment shared by the majority of Mzansi - we have had enough.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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