Man's comment about Mihlali sparks fierce comeback from SA ladies

Man's comment about Mihlali sparks fierce comeback from SA ladies

- Mihlali Ndamase is a successful social media and beauty influencer who is doing her thing like a boss lady

- She recently trended, as she often does, and a man had to ask the ladies of SA why they don't look like her

- The females on social media were ready for the tweep and bit back at him real hard

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When a local man asked the South African female population why they don't all look like the beautiful social media and beauty influencer Mihlali Ndamase, he may have soon regretted his tweet.

He asked this shortly after Mihlali shared a very short clip of her walking and showing off with her assets.

"Ladies what's stopping y'all from being like Mihlali?"

Briefly.co.za noticed that he wasn't the only one wondering, and his question was echoed by another tweep who is also curious to know why not all women are at the standard that Mihlali Ndamase.

Well, the ladies answered, and it was clear that they are tired of the comparisons men are often making between women.

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@UnmovedLee

Same thing that stops you from being like so many successful rich men ... especially since you also have the added advantage of male privilege

@BartierYandiey

"Wena what's stopping you from being like Sizwe Dlomo"

@rebelfleury

"What’s stopping you from having money like the other rich dudes."

@bu_woh

"Same thing that's stopping u from being Patrice Motsepe"

@Senorita_Lulu

"I'd explain myself but you also don't look like @Cedric_a_fourie @Tino_Chinyani or @Jesse_Suntele_ kindly sit down!"

@LusandaSomdaka

"Wena what's stopping you from being John legend"

@boity_p

"What's stopping you from being like Mr buns @MapsMaponyane Sus nyela"

@miss_magolego

"What's stopping you to be like Chris Brown?"

It didn't take long for things to escalate and the #MihlaliChallenge was born, calling on women to show what they've got. So far, however, it was mostly talk and no action.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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