Mamokgethi Phakeng claims that she would prefer make a charitable contribution with her money than than spend it on artificial goods or alcoholic beverages. "To clarify, I am okay for supporting local companies, but I will never advocate spending money on things like cannabis, fake nails, or alcohol, especially when one is strapped for cash. You can call me whatever you want, but I'm not going to spend my hard-earned cash on the stuff. Period. I'd much prefer give it to a charitable organization "said Mamokgethi Phakeng.
People immediately began debating Prof.'s statement once it was posted on Twitter, which generated quite a stir. Some people agree with her, and they think that artificial things are demonic and a waste of money. This belief stems from the fact that the Bible doesn't support such things, but some people believe that the Bible is wrong.
On the other hand, there are other people who don't see anything wrong with that and think that the individual in question should do whatever it takes to look attractive and have confidence in themselves.
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