- Boity Thulo is out there to stop discrimination one post and confrontation at a time
- Boity made a promise to tackle the discriminators and that is exactly what she is doing
- Boity started with Nikon for racial discrimination and then went on to confront a lady calling SA women 'gold diggers'
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Boity Thulo is out there to stop discrimination one post and confrontation at a time. It is 2020 people, why are we still allowing racial discrimination to be a thing?!
Discrimination needs to stop, be it racial, gender, class or any other category that separates us, it has no place in today’s society. More and more people are standing up for this.
Briefly.co.za knows that Boity is not scared to stand up for what she believes in and to make people face the music for things they have done. If you don’t want to own up to it, don’t do it!
Boity made a statement in which she promised “I will confront you one by one,” and best believe this is exactly what she is doing. If Boity sees anyone being discriminative, she will call them out.
Sis kicked off her drive to stop discrimination by confronting Nikon and Z 50 Creatives for pretty much hiding the one person of colour in their advertisement.
Boity then went on to confront a social media user who was being discriminative in terms of gender. You can’t call South African women gold diggers and get away with it, shame!
“Chelete, sweetie.... I welcome you with open arms, my love. Ska tshaba. You are free to stay with me forever. ❤️”
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“Just by looking at you nje, I can smell that you’re a domkop! But at least you clarified that with this tweet. O apere panty mo tlhogong!”
Lastly, but certainly not least, Boity spread them positive brown girl vibes when responding to one of Pearl Modiadie’s posts.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Boity Thulo was trending on social media after she weighed in on the Bible and Christianity. The celebrity sangoma's comments split Mzansi social media users. She described the Bible as being patriarchal.
Boity's tweet has caused division among Mzansi social media users. Some agreed with her sentiments while others said that she was disrespecting the Christian God.
"Lol! The Bible is the epitome of patriarchy. Thoroughly."
It garnered mixed reactions from social media users. Twitter user robzinterris said:
"I see Boity has touched down on serious matters now, talking about religion vs tradition. It'll end in tears..."
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