Mihlali Ndamase wouldn’t dare wear something revealing in Mzansi

Mihlali Ndamase wouldn’t dare wear something revealing in Mzansi

- The people of Mzansi have been angered and saddened over the outrageous spate of femicide

- Mihlali has been in the US and doesn't know how she feels about coming home

- One thing Mihlali is sure of is that she won't be wearing anything revealing

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Monday saw the start of 16 Days of Activism in South Africa. People will be remembering those who fell victim to gender-based violence and shining the spotlight on the scourge of femicide and child abuse. There are so many challenges that women in Mzansi face and Mihlali Ndamase made her feelings heard.

This top SA ‘influencer’ used social media to share her thoughts with regards to the safety of women in our country. Her comment was that she is so much more at ease overseas than she is in SA.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Mihlali wrote she feels totally uncomfortable wearing an outfit that may be a little revealing when in SA.

Being overseas allows her the freedom to wear the shortest of shorts and even a G-string swimming costume, making her so much more comfortable in other countries than her own.

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After her comments were viewed by many, it caused a major debate, which in turn prompted Mihlali to delete her post.

One of the responses Mihlali received was from a gentleman suggesting that perhaps she was the problem and not our country. He went on to say that she needed to be comfortable in her own skin, irrespective of which country she was in. This comment saw Mihlali come back with revenge.

Mihlali’s reply was that does it make sense to be comfortable in your own skin elsewhere but not at home. She added that she is not the problem and they both know who is!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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