A well known celebrity in the form of Mpho Letsholonyane has taken to Twitter to reveal some very sad news about about a well known singer in Makhadzi. Last night Makhadzi was forced to apologize after her photo on stage was trending for all the wrong reasons and as a result she was body shamed.
Mpho Letsholonyane has dropped a massive bombshell regarding the issue that right now majority of females, are forced to apologize for having flaws in their bodies in life nobody is perfect.
A lot of celebrities have come through for Makhadzi offering their support for the queen, she's of the opinion that Makhadzi was never supposed to apologize for having flaws in her own body, if your body is perfect good for you Mpho Letsholonyane went on to add that it's normal for females to have stretch marks as well as dark patches such thing are normal in life.
It was also brought to light that majority of the people who were criticizing her are ladies, body shaming is starting to be another pandemic it's time people accept that we're different. This thing really broke my heart it's not nice making fun of someone over sensitive issues that thing could literally kill her concerns.
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