- Boity Thulo has rocked her Bantu knots amid the drama caused by the controversial Clicks advert about black women's hair
- Boity's fans complimented her for looking stunning in her natural hair
- Boity joined hundreds of black people who have shared pics of themselves rocking natural hair since the whole Clicks drama began a few days ago
Boity Thulo has become one of Mzansi celebrities who have rocked their natural hair amid the ongoing Clicks drama about black women's hair. The stunner took to social media to promote her new perfume Boity Pink Sapphire while rocking her beautiful Bantu knots.
The reality TV star shared a cute snap of herself on Instagram while holding a bottle of her new perfume. She captioned her post:
"Love at first scent."
Boity's fans took to her comment section to compliment her for looking stunning in her natural hair-do. Check out some of their reactions below:
"We are looking forward queen. Stunning as always. You go girl."
"A woman crush."
"You rock my world."
"Definitely a queen."
Mzansi celebs and ordinary citizens took to social media earlier today, 9 September to participate in the #ClicksChallenge. The #ClicksChallenge saw scores of tweeps sharing pictures of themselves rocking their natural hair. Uzalo's actress Gugu Gumede was among the first people to post her snap using the hashtag #ClicksChallenge.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi has expressed that there's a bit of truth in the Clicks advert. Somizi took to social media to share his two cents on the heated debate that the controversial advert has sparked in Mzansi.
The reality TV star took to Instagram on Monday, 7 September to express his views on the touchy subject, which has had social media abuzz for several days. As expected, the star first expressed that he did not agree with Clicks' campaign. He also agreed that the ad was racist.
The Metro FM presenter also sided a bit with the retail store. He explained that black people tend to treat their hair often, which leaves it damaged because of the products they use. He said that's why Clicks had referred to black women’s hair as unhealthy.
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