Popular muso Sho Madjozi addresses stereotypes built around her brand

Popular muso Sho Madjozi addresses stereotypes built around her brand

- Sho Madjozi used social media to start a whole conversation over the stereotypes around her brand and who she is

- She talked about how people feel she shouldn't be called a rapper and how she's only famous because she's light-skinned

- The musician ended the discussion by thanking everyone who supported her

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Sho Madjozi is one of Mzansi's fastest rising female hip-hop artists, and with the success, sadly, comes a lot of negative vibes.

She used her Twitter account to talk to fans (and people who aren't fond of her) about the stereotypes around her and her brand.

Sho addressed issues like her skin colour and someone who accused her of allowing a 'predator' to be part of her team. Girl was being very frank and setting the record straight.

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Sho is a mature and intelligent young woman, and she's not one to get nasty when getting dragged. But she won't stay quiet and take it lying down either.

Briefly.co.za knows that Sho likes to be honest and call things out for what they are.

She addressed the things said about her:

"I’m only where I am because I’m light-skinned, I don’t deserve to be called a rapper, I’m protecting a predator, I don’t write my own tweets, I’m suppressing fellow Tsonga artists because I didn’t retweet someone’s remix of my song. All I’ve done is be a positive light. But damn honey the brighter I shine the more shade they throw on me."

Sho had a whole thread going, check out what she had to say:

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The BET Award-winner ended the discussion by thanking her fans for their love and support.

"Also thank youuu to everyone sending me love and support. And as you debate remember not to attack the person, always challenge the point. And please let nobody attack anyone in defence of me. Be kind to each other."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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