'Women hate women, qha': Amanda Black speaks out against fake feminism

'Women hate women, qha': Amanda Black speaks out against fake feminism

- Mzansi musician Amanda Black has spoken up against fake feminism and selective support among women

- According to Amanda, women just hate each other and use Twitter to express the

- She has come out to say that most people don't understand what emotional abuse is and therefore should not have an opinion until they are educated on the matter

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Songstress Amanda Black has spoken up on what she believes is fake feminism - she strongly believes that women are just not for each other all the way.

Most recently, musician Lady Zamar came out to speak about the emotional abuse she allegedly suffered while in a relationship with another well-known musician, Sjava.

Briefly.co.za recently reported that Sjava has come forward and issued an official statement addressing claims made by Lady Zamar, accusing him of rape. Lady Zamar has accused her ex-bae, Sjava, of a very serious crime. A rape case has been opened and action is being taken.

Amanda used Twitter to express her thoughts, she said that too often women hate women but try to hide it from the world.

“Women hate women, qha! It’s okay just own it, nana. Stop pretending to be fake feminists when it suits you. It’s either you’re for women or you’re not. Yhuu niyadika man. Opinion is one thing but the hate yall spew on this app,” she said.

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Most women seemed to agree with her, these were some of the comments:

"The reason most women don't believe Lady Zamar it's because know what women are capable of. Most men are serving sentences for things they didn't do."
"People will love you and support you when it's beneficial."
"I wish that could be heard UP."
"FEMINISM IS A SCAM, DON'T FALL FOR IT!"

Amanda also felt that the biggest problem was that not all types of abuse are understood or even seen as valid.

“If you don’t understand emotional abuse, go research, otherwise thula nono you don’t have the capacity. Don’t talk about things you don’t understand. Yeka.”

Amanda also spoke about how unfortunate it is that DJ Zinhle was trending because of her break up with AKA and not all the other amazing things that she has done in life and her career.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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