- Penny Lebyane's fans are asking her to write a book so they can learn from her
- The media personality opened up and told her truths on Pearl Thusi's Behind The Story and fans want more
- Demands for a book by Penny has been made on social media
As one of South Africa's most opinionated female celebs, Penny Lebyane has a lot of knowledge to share with her fans.
And that's exactly what they want from her after she started to open on Pearl Thusi's TV show, Behind The Story.
Penny spoke about her experience on Idols SA as a judge and how she believed that black contestants were set up to fail.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Penny stood by her statement, she won't be taking back what she said.
During the interview, Pearl referred to reports provided by producers of the singing show at the time saying that Penny had made a “mistake” when she said that black contestants could sing better than white ones.
Penny quickly stopped Pearl before she could finish her question and said that her comments were not a mistake and she stood by what she had said back then.
"I’m sorry but it’s true, there’s no mistake that I said [that]. It took so many years for the black kids to be seen and heard, and for black people to start voting.
"Yeah, I said that black kids can sing better, it wasn’t a mistake. I said, the black kids could sing better. At that time Idols SA was on M-Net and black people could not have access to DStv so they could not vote."
Here's what some fans had to say:
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