Queen Sono star Pearl Thusi has once again been subjected to some scathing remarks from social media users, with regards to her light skin. The starlet recently posted a snap on Twitter wearing a sizzling bikini, perfectly showing off her sexxy summer body, but she probably felt the wrath of Black Twitter.
Pearl captioned her snap with the lyrics of Beyonce’s hit track Brown Skin Girl, which celebrates the beauty of brown skin girls. A whole debate ensued about her complexion with some tweeps dragging her, and saying she is not a brown skin girl, but light-skinned.
Brown skin girl… skin just like pearl’s…🐾 pic.twitter.com/V4JFm52iBg
— #QueenSono (@PearlThusi) August 4, 2020
Some came to Pearl’s defense and slammed those who are spewing bile on her and said Beyonce was referring to all shades of black girls while some argued.
See how Pearl was dragged from hell to back.
How yellow turn into brown pic.twitter.com/hn7u2dDbaL
— ❤Amor Karabo🌏 (@KagisoSizakele) August 4, 2020
You’re not brown sis. Use some lyrics from songs about light skinned girls
— 💫YOUR RICH AUNTY💫 (@Zoemkoena) August 4, 2020
So Beyoncé excluded herself, he mom and sister when she sang this song exclusively for dark skinned women? The comments have got nothing to do with the caption, the song or the intent. It’s about Black South African women’s hate towards Pearl, bathong lona sies!!!
— Hazel Mahazard (@hazel_mahazard) August 4, 2020
Y’all need to understand that whatever Bey’s song means to you has no bearing on the rest of the world, so don’t come here acting like an expert coz you’re not periodt!
Oksalayo all these women are BSGs whether y’all like it or not mxm pic.twitter.com/xiRmPSxs82
— Ema Ke Ape Ka Phone🇿🇦 (@KgaogeloSaralee) August 5, 2020
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Reality show star Lasizwe Dambuza, has been subjected to some homophobia from fellow African brothers and sister from Zimbabwe. This follows after scores of people across the world have showed solidarity of the #BlackLivesMatter movement in Zimbabwe, which gained momentum, amid anti-corruption protests and human rights abuses.
Lasizwe tweeted and said “I Stand With Zimbabwe,” but a homophobic Zimbabwean spewed bile on Lasizwe and said Zimbabweans do not stand with gays. continue reading