Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi’s Facebook posts about prostitutes and race has South Africans opinion divided. Zozibini earlier on apologised for the insensitive posts that she wrote on Facebook. Someone dug up Zozi’s posts and published them on Twitter.
In one of the posts Zozibini questions the legality of rape crime on prostitutes. She posted, “If one forces sex on a prostitute, is it considerd rape or shoplifting?..jha nhe Kamva lol.”
The post has irked South Africans who feel Bianca Schoombee was unfairly treated by South Africans when they dug up her Tweets, casitgated her and caused her to withdraw her Miss South Africa 2020 application.
In another Faceboopk post, Zozibini Tunzi took a swipe at black girls who wear blonde weaves. She posted on 24 October 2013, “Very very dark skinned girls with blonde weaves looking like Duracel batteries ttwe_see_you ….never goin blonde jho.”
In another separate post on 6 May 2013, the reignng Miss Universe mocked how black girls use use fake names on Facebook. The post has been viewed as racist by others.
“ZoZibini Tirozi posted, “White girl’s fb name- Samantha Josephs, Indian girl- Poojah Naidoo, Black girl- Choomar barbilicious dope ass chick Bandla.”
The posts have divided opinions on Twitter, with others calling the posts ‘normal’ whilst others are seeing them as offensive. Others are calling Zozibini’s Facebook posts to be treated the same as Bianca Schoombee’s offensive Tweets.
In her apology, Zozibini stated the fact that people were regarding her as the standard was not proper as she also has skeletons in her closet. She apologised to all who may have been offended by her Tweets.
Here are some of the reactions on Twitter:
“It doesn’t have to be, she should be left alone that’s all. This is our miss universe other planets don’t come close.’
“She’s right you know Duracell batteries Face with tears of naye she’s skinny nje leave her alone she’s awesome”
“Y’all just like causing unnecessary drama she apologized njee. Besides I’ve seen few post exactly like these … I don’t know if it was a joke trend or what back then.”