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Going on the video... she is very far from loud for me.
You must be one of those 2/10 would not bang dudes
I didn't call her ugly, she looks like she'd be good for a night (the first one that is, the second one I wouldn't piss on), she does come across as a bit loud though. You're a moffie though, you're all loud so you wouldn't understand.
Sure but this Naija is a few notches above your regular InstaThots.I think these latest cases has more to do with the influencer trend which is happening all over Cape Town and the farms. Ever since the day people realised that they could monetise social media, these self-esteemed social celebrities regard themselves as product ambassadors. They go to places to sell themselves, and the venue. I am sure that there are some photo-opportunistic pics, and advantages being taken which are being frowned upon.
Look, there sure is a market for this, and it does work as a marketing vehicle, but in there are cases where these influencers just abuse it for their own gain, and for a free lunch.
None of these latest two cases are racism, though, that argument is malicious.
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