The time Nomcebo was cheated and left heartbroken

The time Nomcebo was cheated and left heartbroken

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Nomcebo Zikode has been trending after a clip of a white Bulgarian woman performing her hit single Jerusalema went viral. Now, we get that the song may be a massive hit round the globe, and other people danced thereto during a sort of a viral challenge. We saw people round the globe embracing the message and language to which it had been performed, but adopting her skin color? Now that was a touch ludicrous.

Just to teach the Tweeps who are downplaying the usage of blackface by the performer, here’s a quick explanation; Blackface may be a sort of “art” that non-black people use when trying to portray a Black. consistent with CNN, any skin tone you wear that’s not really yours is racist.

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On social media, some people are left puzzled by the outrage over the viral clip which was originally taken from TikTok. However way many might view it, the usage of blackface is racist and lots of are up in arms over this. Here’s a clip of the performance below.

As you’ll see, the woman performing the song isn’t black and has been made to seem just like the South African singer Nomcebo. She even did an equivalent haircut because the vocalist and are all doing the Jerusalema dance challenge.

Some don’t find this offensive however many have voiced out their disgust and outrage over the very fact that black South Africans don’t find it racist.


“Black people in South Africa talking about it’s just a show, blackface is disrespectful and racist. we’ve tons to find out and an extended thanks to go.

“Saying its okay to wear black face to perform is like saying its okay to use the N word on a song. I see most South Africans do not know what black face is and what’s was used for.. that’s why we laughed along side Leon Schuster 4 goodbye before seeing the matter .

“This is why this show is unacceptable & demeaning to black culture.. #nomcebo & master KG must sue this racist show.. The history of the black face has long been rooted in racism & ridiculing black people. we’d like to prevent tolerating nonsense.”

 

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Master KG should perhaps gather his legal team to sue the pants out of the music show that committed this offense. As it is, Master KG is gunning for giant companies using the song for his or her benefit. Open Mic Productions’ lawyer Dumisani Motsamai spoke to Eye Witness News and slammed these major companies for profiting off of Master KG’s and Nomcebo’s hardwork.


“There has been a skinny line. a number of them will show maybe their logo at the start and it’s all about the dance. But a number of them once you check out them, it’s all about the brand, the corporate that’s doing the challenge and tiny about the challenge.”