Toya Delazy accuses the British Museum of undermining Africans

Toya Delazy accuses the British Museum of undermining Africans

Toya Delazy was filled with rage when she visited the British Museum in London and saw African artefacts being displayed like the British had done nothing wrong.

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The Mzansi star’s career is booming. Toya has become a household name and people absolutely love her.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Toya came to a shocking realisation when she visited the British Museum in London that sparked rage in her proudly African heart.

Taking to social media, Toys shared her realisation with her fellow Mzansi brothers and sisters. Seeing African artefacts displayed in the British museum made Toya feel like the fact that the British stole from our people had simply been forgotten.

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Toya believes that these artefacts are evidence that African people were capable and did not need the British to invade their land, enslave their people and steal their resources in order to progress.

Shedding some perspective on the matter, Toya posted a threat in which she raised some of the points that led to her concern.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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