- Siv Ngesi has condemned GBV in South Africa and attended a protest to show his support for the cause
- The media personality slammed the justice system after the murder of a student named Nicole Bester
- Siv also reflected on how much pain Nicole's family has experienced from losing their daughter
SAFTA winner Siv Ngesi has spoken against gender-based violence (GBV) and did so by attending a protest that opposes the release of the man who murdered Cape Town pharmacology student Nicole Bester.
Siv took to social media and posted a picture of himself holding the sign that he took with him to the protest. He captioned his post:
"Women, you're on own in this country! Please check my Insta stories."
Siv spoke about how much pain he felt when he saw Nicole's family at the protest. The media personality is hurt by just how much GBV has affected South African women.
"I still have the mother's tears on my jacket. I mean, I know that sounds melodramatic but this s*** is real," he said.
The actor also slammed the justice system in South Africa and spoke about how he feels police officers are not doing enough in the country, claiming that one of them told them to be quiet at the protest.
"The justice system is f**king rotten. We walk among murderers who the justice system has released. We are in deep trouble," said Siv.
Briefly News previously reported that Siv Ngesi's drag alter-ego bagged an Adidas deal and received a mixed response. Actor and television host Siv Ngesi has bagged a deal with Adidas. Siv recently experimented with drag and created his alter ego, Sivanna.
Fans had a mixed reaction to Siv bagging the deal, others just felt that it's not fair because drag has been around for a while in South Africa and hasn't received much recognition. Siv took to social media to share that he's got a deal with Adidas through his drag look, Sivanna:
"Sivanna is a month and 2 days old and she’s already shooting with @adidasZA @WeAreIvyPark, #icypark, #adidasxivypark," said Siv.
After he posted the snaps, people took to the comments to let Siv know that although they were happy for him, there's a bit of a disconnect in the LGBTQI community.
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