KFC South Africa has brewed a storm after posting a picture of Tsonga people with a caption, ‘When you can’t decide on a colour so you wear all of them.”
Look at the picture below:
The Tsonga tribe is known to be fond of their colourful dresses which are a valuable piece of their culture.
KFC has since deleted the Tweet but Mzansi kept a copy of it and Tsonga people are not impressed by the fast foods company.
So it is supposed to be a joke because it suits you well learn to say when something doesn’t sit well with you just because you all find it as a joke that doesn’t mean its funny to everyone it’s not about being sensitive its about being realistic.
Soo it is surpose to be a joke bcs it suits you well learn to say wen something doesn’t sit well with you just bcs yall find it as a joke dt doesn’t mean its funny to everyone it’s not about being sensitive its about being realistic. #KFCmustfall pic.twitter.com/wUTeqnpCRf
— Tsakani (@Tsakani10190190) September 7, 2020
One Lacoy Evans did not notice a problem with KFC’s joke
— lacoy evans (@EvansLacoy) September 7, 2020
Khensy, from the Tsonga tribe had this to say,
— Khensyyy💕 (@Khensyyy_) September 7, 2020
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