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The protests in the United States against police brutality towards black people have become a trending topic across the world and in Mzansi.

Mzansi celebs have also spoken out against the senseless killings of innocent black people in America and back home in South Africa .

Singer Simphiwe Dana shared her thoughts on the psychological effects of police brutality. She recalled how she saw students during the fees must fall having panic attacks.

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Comedian Tumi Morake who is currently in the USA responded to the singer’s post and detailed a scary ordeal she experienced at 7 months pregnant when she had 7 rifles pointed at her.

The incident took place in Cape Town and had the comedian wondering how threatening she must have looked. The reports of police brutality have Tumi looking back at how she felt when the police were violating her.

Celebrities such as Mihlali and Boity have spoken out against the injustices black people have suffered at the hands of those who are supposed to protect civilians.



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