Miss Universe, Zozi Tunzi, apologises for insensitive posts

Miss Universe, Zozi Tunzi, apologises for insensitive posts

- Zozibini Tunzi has apologised for all the insensitive posts she has shared in the past

- The reigning Miss Universe went through all her old Facebook posts and found content she was not proud of

- She cautioned social media users to be careful about what they share online as it could have negative consequences

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Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has finally spoken up after the backlash recently received by Miss South Africa hopefuls. Last week, social media users dug up a series of eyebrow-raising posts by two women hoping to compete for the crown.

Briefly.co.za reported about Bianca Schoombee’s old Twitter posts. Many called her a racist and although she apologised, the model ended up withdrawing from the pageant. Her modelling agency SYNC has also pulled the plug on their working relationship.

Miss Universe, Zozi Tunzi, apologises for insensitive posts
The beauty queen apologised for past "insensitive" Facebook posts.
Source: Instagram

In the very same week, another hopeful was placed under scrutiny. Oneida Cooper’s posts caused concern as they seemed to perpetuate colourism and racism.

Zozi said that the backlash made her go back to her own old social media posts to see if she had ever said anything negative. The beauty queen took to Instagram to apologise for her own offensive posts. She opened up about how the masses expected her to be perfect with no "skeletons in her closet". The reigning Miss Universe said she was only human and has made mistakes in her life.

“I can’t really be as perfect as I’m made out to be. I took it upon myself to actually go to my Facebook... back to when I first created the account in 2012 to see what I posted during that time."

She said she found some posts that she was proud of and others that filled her with shame.

"So I want to to take the time to apologise for those posts that I shared, to apologise to anyone that is or was affected by those posts. Just to say that those posts are in direct contrast to who I am and everything that I stand for."

She encouraged social media users to be careful of the content they share online as there can be dire consequences.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that a little girl, referred to as Momo, recently gave her dad a massive challenge. The adorable little lady asked her dad to give her a Miss Universe level hairstyle and the incident was caught on camera, documenting the failed attempt in all its glory. Zozi reacted with amusement to the footage.

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Source: Briefly News

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