- BET Africa has attempted to rectify the Toll A$$ Mo saga that took place a few weeks ago by promoting their all-female line-up with Pearl Thusi
- Behind The Story’s host, Pearl, is behind the all-female line-up and cannot wait to interview all these amazing women
- Shauwn Mkhize, Khanyi Mbau, Moonchild Sanelly, Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh are just a few of the ladies Pearl will be interviewing
Pearl Thusi endorses an all-female line up for Behind The Story. This comes after the Toll A$$ Mo saga that took place a few weeks ago - BET Africa is trying to right their wrongs by promoting an all-female line-up.
If you mess with a woman these days, best believe you are going to have others coming after you. Women have done their time being suppressed and refuse to settle for anything less than equality.
Briefly.co.za learnt that this all-female line up is Pearl’s attempt at rectifying the drama that happened back in August after she was accused of supporting alleged rapist, Toll A$$ Mo.
In a promotional post on social media, BET Africa announced just a few of the ladies who will be appearing on season four of the show. Some of these include Shauwn Mkhize, Khanyi Mbau, Moonchild Sanelly, Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh.
While both Pearl and BET Africa have done the most to apologise and right this wrong, the people are still feeling some type of way about it. They are hoping this all-female line-up will help lighten the heaviness that the Toll A$$ Mo drama caused.
“This season @PearlThusi sits down with @ramichuene, @MbauReloaded, @Moonsanelly, @NthatiMoshesh, @kwa_mammkhize and many more leading ladies. Season 4 #BETBehindTheStory premieres on the 16th September @ 22:00 CAT on ch.129. #BETAfricaOriginal.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pearl Thusi has her own hair products, the popular Black Pearl brand. It is available for purchase at - you guessed it - Clicks.
Recently, Clicks has become embroiled in a scandal around an advert which was widely perceived as racist, insinuating that black people's hair is dry and damaged.
Clicks had released an apology for the ad, which they did not create but featured on their website. The company that made the ad is TRESemmé.
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