- Ntando Duma attended the funeral of 3-year-old, Ansia, who was a victim of femicide
- Ntando Duma got shaded hard for sharing pictures from the funeral even though she was just trying to create awareness
- People felt there was no need for Ntando to take pictures at the little girl’s funeral, it is not a fashion show
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Ntando Duma got shaded hard for sharing pictures from a funeral she attended – peeps feel it is extremely disrespectful.
Taking pictures at a funeral seems to be something that is taboo as people feel a funeral is about the deceased and not a photo shoot.
Briefly.co.za saw the commotion Ntando’s funeral snaps caused on social media when she posted them on Thursday, 25 June.
Ntando was attending the funeral of 3-year-old, Ansia, who lost her life at the hands of a horrible man.
It looks like Ntando was trying to create awareness by posting the pictures, bringing attention to the horrible acts of femicide SA is currently experiencing.
Ntando did not use these pictures in a malicious manner or to gain attention, merely to create awareness of a beautiful little life that had been lost.
“Attended a funeral of a 3-year-old baby girl that was stabbed by a MAN in Orange Farm today. I CANNOT EXPLAIN HOW shattered and broken into pieces my heart is. STOP KILLING WOMEN & CHILDREN! STOP GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE! JUST STOP! RIP ANGEL, RIP ANSIA”
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While Ntando’s intentions were pure, people still felt there was no need for her to take pictures at the little girl’s funeral.
“You took nice pictures in the funeral of a 3-year-old that was stabbed by a man.”
“Was about to ask the same thing. The picture is too good for some who's shattered.”
“I don’t get the taking pictures at funerals... Uze uya pose impela to me this shows no signs of empathy for the deceased family. Kuyazothwa kuhloniphiswe mekunesifo. A funeral shouldn’t be a fashion show.”
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