- Shudufhadzo Musida recently headed online to share that she wants to become the president
- Many South Africans thought that it was a super good idea and were sharing many supportive comments in the comment section
- Not everyone thought that she was the right fit for the presidency and made these thoughts clear
Sometimes reaching for the stars is not enough and that is completely okay. Shudufhadzo Musida proved this after she secured herself the Miss SA title and now she's looking for something even bigger. Heading to Twitter the Limpopo beauty shared that she would like to take a shot at becoming the president of South Africa.
"I want to be president," she wrote.
Mzansi totally loved her confidence and the way she believed in herself so fearlessly. The post amassed over 28k likes. Many people also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. While many people thought it was a terrific idea, others didn't.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Mokgaetsho Shudu a re o batla go ba mopresidente wa Afrika Borwa mme ga a tsena sekolo."
"If ubu fihla umdidi I was gonna say yes you got a chance manje umdidi yimphilo lakuwe ngeke ulunge you’re right where you are."
“We teach girls to shrink themselves, to make themselves smaller. We say to girls, you can have ambition, but not too much. You should aim to be successful, but not too successful.” Shudu for president!"
Briefly News also reported, Miss Shudfhadzo Musida can do no wrong in the eyes of her many adoring South African and international fans. The young Limpopo beauty recently got showered with love after announcing the start of her latest initiative that is focused on mental health.
Taking to her Twitter page, Miss Musida announced that the first episode of her programme, which is called Mindful Mondays, will be aired on her Instagram Live at 7pm on Monday this week.
""As I mentioned on the final night of Miss SA that I would like to start a mindful movement. One that aims to inform how we as society view mental health and de-stigmatising it," read the beginning of the thread in which she explains what Mindful Mondays will be all about.
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