Zozibini Tunzi: All the hairstyles are beautiful,It’s not a competition it’s a possibility

Zozibini Tunzi: All the hairstyles are beautiful,It’s not a competition it’s a possibility

Zozibini Tunzi: All the hairstyles are beautiful,It's not a competition it's a possibility

Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi took to Twitter in the week to clap back at a tweep seemingly hating on weaves. Sis made it clear she celebrates all women, no matter their hairstyle choices.

Our international queen reminded Mzansi exactly why they love her such a lot during her visit to SA for the 2020 Miss SA pageant.

Though Mzansi has their eyes glued on current title-holder Shudufhadzo Musida, we always have room in our hearts for the queen who represented SA universally.

Recently, the well-loved and revered Zozi set a tweep straight on a crucial narrative involving, yep, you guessed it, hair!

Zozibini Tunzi: All the hairstyles are beautiful,It's not a competition it's a possibility

After Miss SA 2019 posted a congratulatory tweet for Miss SA 2020, a tweep took the chance to point out his admiration for the heartfelt interaction. However, the tweep stepped on a couple of toes within the process when he said Zozi is an example for ladies to ditch weaves and wear their natural hair.

Zozi replied to clarify the misunderstanding, saying women should be admired no matter their hair.

Zozibini Tunzi: All the hairstyles are beautiful,It's not a competition it's a possibility

“It’s actually not that . It’s about autonomy. the power of girls expressing themselves however they prefer to . It’s about saying we are all beautiful in our natural hair and in weaves for those that prefer to . it isn’t a contest but a celebration of ALL women,” wrote Zozi.

The user has since apologised for his says, saying he doesn’t actually hate weaves and he didn’t mean to offend anyone. Especially not the SA ambassador.

“I respect everyone’s choices and differences. I should also learn not to joke about those. I have nothing against the weave or any form of hair. I am sorry to everyone that my words didn’t come out the way I wanted them to. They came out offensive instead,” wrote the tweep.

Zozibini Tunzi: All the hairstyles are beautiful,It's not a competition it's a possibility


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