Sarah Langa apologises for unintentionally insensitive femicide post

Sarah Langa apologises for unintentionally insensitive femicide post

- Sarah's boujee clothing, fake tear femicide post got her a lot of shade

- The people felt that her description of what Mzansi would look like if it was a person was extremely insensitive

- After giving it some thought, Sarah understood and apologised for her post

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Sarah Langa received major backlash for fake tear femicide post. The fashionista has since come forward to apologise.

The femicide topic is a sensitive one that needs to be addresses with great care. Many women’s lives have been taken, ruined and turned upside-down because of these horrific acts.

Briefly.co.za learnt that many found Sarah’s edited-in fake tears whilst wearing boujee clothing extremely insensitive. If the current situation doesn’t actually bring you to tears, are you even human?

Sarah added animated fake tears to her #EnoughIsEnough post on social media to intensify the emotion behind the post, however, that is not how the people of Mzansi saw it.

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After receiving endless shade for her post, Sarah took to social media to try and address the issue.

The fashion volgger explained that "If SA was a person it would be wearing Rich Mnisi and Thebe's LVMH victory while drenched in tears for all the pain that women have suffered at the hands of men," in her opinion. Mzansi did not agree with her though.

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Following the attempt to explain herself, Sarah, in another post, explained that her emotions have been all over the place this week. While wanting to celebrate Mzansi designer, Thebe Magugu, for winning the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy's LVMH prize, she also wanted to address the pressing issue of femicide.

Sarah acknowledged that she now understand that the two should not have been done in the same post and understand why people might have viewed it as insensitive.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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