On the off chance that A Ndebele Did It at the Shopping center
By News38 | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 0 views
at chapel say young lady on Twitter
A month ago a video of a man being approached to leave Stones Shopping center in Midrand in light of the fact that he was wearing a customary clothing started shock all over the country .It wound up with the director being suspended absurd.
A young lady has turned into a web sensation on twitter after she said assuming Thando Mahlangu could wear that to the shopping center, she can likewise wear her conventional clothing to chapel .
Numerous individuals disagreed with her as the African clothing she was reffering to was somewhat uncovering .
Other tweeps concurred with her as they were saying that is the way their progenitors used to dress and there isn't anything amiss with shaking up at chapel wearing that .
What's your opinion on this leave a remark down below.Is it alright for a woman to wear this to chapel ??
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