Miss SA hopeful Bianca Schoombee has been dropped by her modeling agency.


Miss SA hopeful Bianca Schoombee has been dropped by her modeling agency.

SYNC Models, the agency representing Miss SA hopeful Bianca Schoombee, has canceled its contract together with her, saying she was in “breach of agreement” with them.

It’s a U-turn from the agency, which just each day ago pleaded with South Africans to forgive Schoombee for old racist posts she published on social media as a 14-year-old.

“We ask you to seek out it within your hearts that you simply forgive views of an adolescent who has grown immensely and is on the road to rebuild herself as a South African, who embodies the existence of our democracy,” it said in its original statement.
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In a later statement sent to , the agency apologised to South Africans for its original statement, saying measures to represent and vet clients’ social media accounts had now been put in situ.
The agency called the choice “mutual” because it doesn’t condone racism, insisting it believes in diversity and equality.

“Bianca Schoombee and SYNC Models have mutually agreed to part ways during a civil manner, also as her current contracted campaigns are cancelled with immediate effect.”

The statement ended with the agency remarking it’s “real and authentic”.

“SYNC Model Management is real and authentic, leading to the freshest talent on offer, boasting one among Africa’s largest model and artist management agencies, casting for national and international empires. we might wish to wish Ms Bianca Schoombee all the simplest together with her future endeavours.”

Schoombee apologised for her old tweets, saying she had grown as an individual in which the comments were no “longer who I am”.

Miss SA distanced itself from Schoombee, explaining she was an entrant and zip more. The pageant said it had not yet skilled entries for this year’s event.