- L'vovo has once again shared his thoughts on the issues of race in South Africa
- The musician has accused black South Africans of having 'mental damage' because of how they praise white people
- Mzansi social media users weighed in with their own thoughts on the controversial matter
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L'vovo has taken to social media to call out black South Africans for having an inferiority complex among white people. The vocal media personality ruffled some feathers with his controversial tweets.
L'vovo accused black South Africans of suffering from 'mental damage' because of they react to racism from white people. Responding to a tweet, the musician vented about how black people practically worship white people. He said:
"Black people are damaged mentally! There is nothing they love more than the people that hate them!"
Social media users also shared their thoughts on the matter. Twitter user Mkabayi11 said:
"To be honest some of these 1976 elders are the worst, they the ones who prop up these apartheid beneficiaries with kumbaya, and phrases like, 'Kanti anixoli yini'."
"Mentality even an unborn child is having, it's our blood, it's damaged."
"Stockholm Syndrome ayidlali (does not play)."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that L'vovo took to social share his thoughts on human trafficking in Mzansi. The musician slammed the country's government for not doing enough to end the scourge of human trafficking in the country. The topic has been trending on Twitter for the past couple of days.
The award-winning artist has shared several posts on the micro-blogging app about the topic and has even accused Police Minister Bheki Cele of ignoring Mzansi when it comes to addressing serious issues such as gender-based violence and human trafficking. The star tweeted:
"GBV & human trafficking talks make him disappear. Tell him there's a house selling alcohol illegally if you wanna see him."
The star warned Mzansi that that this complex issue is part of an organised crime syndicate that operates within the country:
"How do all these trafficked people leave the country? No passports or visas. Do you realise that we are dealing with a much more organised syndicate than we thought?"
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