- Nandi Madida showed her support to America by letting US actress Taraji P. Henson know how proud she is of their people
- Henson took to social media with an iconic clip to celebrate Biden’s victory where Nandi took the time to congratulate America
- Nandi expressed her congratulations and how she hopes that this brings America the change it deserves
Mzansi singer and actress Nandi Madida showed her support to America by letting US actress Taraji P. Henson know how proud she is of their people for choosing such an amazing new president and vice-president.
Henson took to social media with an iconic clip to celebrate Biden’s victory. It was here that Nandi took the time to congratulate the people of America on their big win.
Nandi expressed her congratulations and how she hopes that this brings America the change it deserves. It is time that equality becomes a global commodity.
“The world is sending so much love to all Americans. May we see real and meaningful change, especially for our people. Proud of you, my sister,” commented Nandi.
“We have favourites in SA, the people who are being repressed by that ugly white regime. We have favourites. Our loyalty is not to SA but to South Africans, and they are majority black. They are being excoriated. It is not to some stupid puppet government over there, it is not to the Afrikaner regime, we have no loyalty to them," Biden says in the video that Henson posted.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Joe Biden and his entire family have become a major point of interest. Since his election as the next president of the United States, there has been massive interest from people all over the world about not only his plans for governing America but also his family history, personal life and background.
Biden was born in Scranton Pennsylvania in November 1942. Biden finished school and went on to obtain a law degree from Syracuse University. Soon he was elected as a New Castle County Councillor in 1970 and became the sixth-youngest senator in American history when he was elected to the US Senate from Delaware in 1972, starting off his career in politics on a bright and early beginning.
A few years prior to that he married his first wife, Nelia Biden, with whom he had three children - Beau Biden, Robert Biden and Naomi Biden. In 1972 the lives of Nelia and Naomi were claimed by a horrific car accident while Beau and Robert suffered serious but not fatal injuries.
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