- Zozi Tunzi recently told a Twitter troll exactly where to get off after he made harsh comments about weave-wearing women
- The man's tweet complimented Zozi on her natural hair while at the same time spoke ill of women who chose differently
- Zozi quickly told the man that all women are beautiful regardless of how they choose to wear their hair
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Zozi Tunzi recently proved why she was chosen as Miss SA and Miss Universe. This after she shared a terrific response to a man trying to degrade women who choose to wear weave in a tweet recently.
The guy, @Lloyd_N_Tolo, decided that he would pay a compliment to the South African beauty while in the same breath drag other black women for their decision to wear wigs as opposed to keeping the natural look that Zozi and now the most recent Miss SA, Shudu, both rock.
Using all the elegance, intelligence and wisdom she could manage, Zozi threw together the perfect set of words, explaining to the man her definition of what was beautiful while at the same time reminding him that a woman was never defined by her hair - natural or "fake".
"It's actually not about that. It's about autonomy. The ability of women expressing themselves however they choose to. It's about saying we are all beautiful in our natural hair and in weaves for those who choose to. It's not a competition but a celebration of ALL women," she wrote.
Tweeps were there for it, quickly backing her up in the comment section. Read their thoughts below.
"The goal is to allow women to be what they want to be, to look the way they want to look."
"Thank you our queen, so we'll said. This is why the entire UNIVERSE loves you, indeed, it is not a competition."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a gorgeous young lady took to Twitter to show off her haircut. @OleSabrinaM originally tweeted that she had shaved her head after Shudufhadzo Musida was crowned Miss South Africa this past weekend.
Ole cleared the air in a thread under her original tweet after many tweeps called her out for lying about shaving her head because of Shudu. She asked tweeps when would she have gotten the time to shave her head and put on makeup in time for golden hour.
Although most of the responses to Ole's haircut were calling her out for lying, there were a lot of people sending her compliments. A bald head is a very hard look to pull off for most but Ole is certainly shining.
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