The 2020 Idols SA champ, Zama Khumalo has said it various occasions that she was uncertain in secondary school.
Individuals have consistently harassed her, particularly while she was as yet on Idols, about her voice and her gold teeth. On an Instagram live, she did that she was exceptionally uncertain about her looks in secondary school. She even called herself terrible various occasions.
An image of Zama while she was in secondary school was posted on Facebook. Individuals who aren't extremely partial to Zama keeps on offending her and offer exceptionally abhorrent remarks about her looks.
Everyone will undoubtedly have somethings about themselves that they are uncertain about. It is totally ordinary. Be that as it may, it is totally unreasonable to menace an individual about again and again. It harms one's confidence.
The harassing proceeded with when the Simhlalise Phansi Challenge moved. A Facebook page named IdolsSA 2021-(Season 17), posted an old image of Zama, where is looked youthful and adorable and posted another image of her when she was on Idols.
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