Miss SA Zozibini Tunzi‘s headshot stole the spotlight after her profile was added to the Miss Universe website. Zozibini is no stranger to being a trendsetter and won over the nation again when she posed in a doek for her Miss Universe profile.
The “woke” beauty pageant winner shared a beautiful picture of herself on Instagram rocking a bold emerald-green outfit. My bio has been uploaded on the Miss Universe website, and it really hit me that this is actually happening.
I am going to be representing my country on a global stage. Thank you for being a part of my story and journey. I can’t wait to take you guys with me a bit further. We are taking SA to the universe and I couldn’t be more proud and excited,” she wrote. Zozibini is the only contestant to cover her hair for the official headshot and social media users were stanning over her bold decision to go against the grain.
Your beauty transcends time! Ngena uthathe la Miss Universe crown ngamandla Kumkanikazi. Wishing you everything of the best. https://t.co/I3nZPGzPDU
— Dineo Langa (@therealdineo) October 24, 2019
We behind you sthandwa ,we beaming with pride ntinga ntaka ,the universe has responded kubo
— Mandisa Makatla (@makatla_mandisa) October 24, 2019
My bio is up on the @MissUniverse website and it just makes it so much real! Having this photo up there amongst other countries and amazing women with my doek makes it even more special. Singenile guys nge qhiya because we can! Because it’s out time. Africa to the Universe ❤️ pic.twitter.com/0rHiSTXDZ2
— Zozibini Tunzi (@zozitunzi) October 24, 2019
You are perfect 😍😍😍😍Wishing you all the best for Miss Universe https://t.co/JDNBckiYlD
— Keitumetse (@KeituMasike) October 24, 2019
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