- Lesego Tlhabi recently donned all the attire that her satire character Coconut Kelz usually rocks and to take aim at racist "legacy" schools
- Coconut Kelz's hilarious commentary on social issues, from the perspective of a white person trapped in black skin, has fans hooked
- Coconut Kelz gives peeps a glimpse into how the minds of racists might operate and what their thinking process is likely to be
Lesego Tlhabi's satire character, Coconut Kelz, has done it again and dropped a bomb video with her take on racist "legacy" schools.
"Legacy" schools refers to schools formerly known as Model C, which often date back to the times of British colonial rule in South Africa.
Coconut Kelz had a word or two to describe the mindsets of some of the racist proprietors of such schools.
Most of Kelz's material is derived from the prejudice she experienced at the high school she attended, St Anne's Diocesan College.
Kelz sarcastically captioned the video, “You people just need to be grateful instead of disrespecting the bricks. Schools have feelings (black girls don’t)! School reputation (is bigger than) black lives. The real racism is black people being allowed to play sports and being really good."
One of Kelz's notable quotes is, “The truth is African people just don't like rules ... there, I said it! I've really been so embarrassed, so ashamed of all the stories that are coming out of our schools. Well, not the stories, more the fact that you are sharing these stories. Like, how dare you? These things are supposed to stay secret! Like, what you guys are doing is so like unacceptable."
Check out the full clip below:
Last month, Briefly.co.za reported that Lesego and Nandi Madida had a chat where they detailed the incidents of racism that they dealt with in their schooling days.
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