-Makhadzi is just another one of the Mzansi celebrities who has shown off her natural beauty as part of the #ClicksChallenge
- In support of proving that there is nothing shameful about natural hair, Makhadzi took to social media with pictures of hers
- Makhadzi went bare-faced and beautiful, empowering many women to love their natural selves
Makhadzi is just another one of the Mzansi celebrities who has shown off her natural beauty as part of the #ClicksChallenge. Natural is beautiful and as much drama as this whole Clicks and TRESemmé thing has caused, embracing natural beauty is definitely the silver lining.
Our timelines have been bombarded with news, views, and opinions on the Clicks saga that started last week Friday after the company released a controversial TRESemmé ad. In the ad, they described a woman with a natural black afro as having "dry and damaged" hair.
Briefly.co.za has seen the endless support people all over Mzansi have shown to women of colour and embracing their natural beauty.
The ad wreaked havoc amongst South Africans who resorted to taking all sorts of action against Clicks. One such is the #ClicksChallenge. The challenge has seen hundreds of South African people sharing pictures of themselves rocking their natural hair.
SA celebs have come out in their numbers to show off their natural hair with pride. Joining the empowering challenge, Makhadzi showed off hers too.
“The look I give to my wigs... Good night.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that parody video creator, The Kiffness, has just shared a new clip in which he portrays the EFF's Julius Malema.
In the clip, The Kiffness mentions a lot of controversial issues South Africa is currently facing such as gender-based violence, brutal farm killings and corruption. In the Jerusalema-themed parody, The Kiffness can be heard saying:
"Julius Malema, interesting fella, he will fight for your hair, but he doesn't care about you or me or corruption or GBV or farm murders, but pharmacies beware, don't sell shampoo for frizzy hair, or you'll get cancelled by Julius Malema."
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