- While most celebs should expect criticism from the public, South Africans aren't having any of that for Zozibini Tunzi
- Zozi is representing South Africa at the Miss Universe pageant and when someone said she's too ugly to win, peeps were upset
- Although it is likely that the woman is trolling Mzansi, they won't tolerate any bad vibes aimed at Zozi
A South African woman has ticked off South Africans when she had nothing good to say about Zozibini Tunzi, Miss SA.
The lady used her social media account to share her opinion on the young woman representing Mzansi at the Miss Universe beauty pageant.
According to her, Zozi is ugly and will not win the competition. Although everyone is entitled to their opinions, peeps don't like the nastiness aimed at Zozi.
Check out the comments that the woman's criticism got:
"Let's all report this account and get this Amaze lady blocked ...She is an attention-seeking ugly hoe ..I am tired of seeing her bashing Miss SA Zozibini"
"I’m 100% sure that the woman who tweeted that Miss SA is ugly is a troll. She’s been posting deliberately provocative things for a while now and this is the one that took off"
"Before you say anything about our Miss SA Zozi could you please tell us how many gallons of paint you used to paint those tractor tires you call lips"
"You are so bitter, you need to heal. You trying to pull her down, you soar her to even greater things. She’s still Miss SA. And there’s nothing you can do about that dzoll. Get well."
"Sies.. yuck.. how can people be like this? Like mina, I never used to like watching Miss SA and I never followed anything related to it. But this year #ZozibiniTunzi changed everything. She embodies SA beauty."
It is clear that South Africans are not going to allow Zozi to be insulted or treated with anything less than the utmost respect.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that social media users fiercely defended the beauty queen against something that turned out to be just a joke.
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