Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has defended Makhadzi. Images via Twitter: @EFF/@MakhadziSA

‘She’s our queen’: EFF’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi backs ‘body-shamed’ Makhadzi

South Africans have come out in numbers to defend Makhadzi after she was trolled for having ‘kiwi’. The latest person to show their support is the EFF’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.


Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has defended Makhadzi. Images via Twitter: @EFF/@MakhadziSA

South African musician Makhadzi has been trending online ever since Sunday 3 October when she found herself begging people to stop body-shaming her for her dark inner thighs.

The star has since received thousands of supportive messages from South African social media users who have slammed those who are shaming her for what is very normal.

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi of the EFF is the latest person to show the songstress some online support.

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi shows Makhadzi some love

On Sunday afternoon Makhadzi headed to her Facebook page where she apologised for having dark inner thighs after a photographer captured her performing on stage with some of her dark inner thighs showing.

The photo went viral as many people started trolling the Ghanama hitmaker for having what locals refer to as “kiwi”.

Since then there have been many posts dedicated to defending the singer and the latest one comes from Economic Freedom Fighter’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi who took to Twitter with a snap of Makhadzi which he captioned:

“Makhadzi is a queen. Always.”

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South Africans absolutely love to see it

The post went down well with Makhadzi stans who headed to the comment section where they continued to criticise those who made Makhadzi feel bad for something that is pretty natural. A lot of them praised Ndlozi for taking the time to defend Makhadzi publicly:

@Mfundo95085135 wrote:

“Thanks, Mr Ndlozi, I can see what you’ve done here, it’s wonderful. People are so cruel out there when they can’t stand for competition with others, they try by all means to find anything that will bring down their spirit and confidence down.”

@NdlovuLindow wrote:

“We Africans have set ourselves certain standards of beauty and appearance, which exposes us to racism and body shaming by other races, we should sometimes keep quiet if we don’t like what we see in a person than to say something negative, it won’t hurt anyone.”

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