Yesterday Makhadzi shared 9 pictures of her in different traditional attire from 9 of the South African tribes. This was to promote her album African Queen and in celebration for heritage day . From Tsonga, venda,pedi, zulu, xhosa, swati, sotho, tswana and Ndebele traditional attire, see the pictures she shared down below.
A white man on Twitter felt like the Afrikaners were left out of the celebrations and decided to post saying that "Makhadzi didn't wear a farmers attire. She made me feel so left out." People had a lot to say about this, see some of the comments down below.
Most people thought that he should bring the land first while others commented that she might still be angry about the land issue. And others commented on how the Afrikaners actually don't celebrate heritage day and shouldn't be made about being left out.
What do you think of this? Comment down below .
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