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Mihlali Ndamase is just over Mzansi and Twitter

Mihlali Ndamase

Social media influencer Mihlali Ndamase came under fire on Twitter after she shared a video of herself creating a ‘drag’ make-up look. Mihlali posted a new video on her YouTube channel where she filmed herself creating the look. The one thing I thoroughly enjoy about drag make-up is the freedom to play, there aren’t any rules, more is more and you better put on more honey.

Mihlali Ndamase

A few tweeps claimed that she was “appropriating” and others mentioned how “low quality” her work was on that particular look. However, it was actually Mihlali’s army of fans that resulted in her topping the Twitter trends list as they wondered why her critics wouldn’t just take a break.

Despite all that, sis still secured her bag. If you look closely at her posts, they are clearly labelled as paid ads and the hate essentially worked in her favour because people flocked to her YouTube channel to see what the fuss was all about.

LOL, Mihlali also tweeted asking people to “like, comment and subscribe” while they were it.

In other news – Duduzane Zuma: I helped save David Mabuza’s life after alleged poisoning

Former president Jacob Zuma and his son Duduzane have brewed controversy following the release of a video where the two make accusations about the former president’s alleged poisoning and that of Deputy President David Mabuza. Duduzane released the video on YouTube on Tuesday night which is titled Zooming with Zumas. The two appear on the screen and share a light moment between father and son, with Duduzane referring to the former president as “sir”. It is not clear what the purpose of the discussion is but the two speak about Zuma’s alleged poisoning, the death of Duduzane’s mother and the alleged poisoning of Mabuza. Read more

Source: Timeslive