Buhle "Lulu" Menziwa, a teacher whose photos were widely disseminated on social media due to her clothing code in class, claims that her students are not "pervert minded" like many social media users. Menziwa, 26, made headlines earlier this week after photos of her wearing skimpy clothing in a classroom went viral.
While the secondary school teacher was chastised for her dressing outfits, others wished they could return to school merely to be taught by her.
She's also an entrepreneur and the proprietor of MadamBClothing, according to her Instagram bio. She has around 300k followers on Twitter. While some have commended her elegance and "hourglass" physique, others have challenged the claims, claiming that she dresses appropriately and as long as it is allowed it's okay.
Despite all the critism she gets on social media, Lulu Menziwa is not shaken by them and she continues to slay hard with her dressing style at school.
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