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Minnie Dlamini has come under fire with a lot of women across Mzansi following a ghetto caption she used to describe a bunch nods hairstyle.

She recently posted a picture of herself in which her hair was styled in bunch nods and called the look ghetto.

She said, “Just because it’s ghetto doesn’t mean it’s not fabulous, loving my bunch nods.”

On Instagram she used a different caption saying, “I can go from a lady to ghetto in a second.”

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Many women however were not happy with how Minnie classified the hairstyle. They called her out for labelling Black hairstyles as being ghetto as that leads to racism and discrimination.

Some said Minnie was classifying Blackness to the ghetto and warned that such sentiments are the reason some schools ban Black hairstyles as they are categorised as wild and exotic.

Others said she meant that wearing a wig or a weave makes one a lady while having braids or bunch nods was ghetto.



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