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Clicks South Africa, a hair production company and accessories is in trouble with Black Twitter after posting controversial images on their website.

Clicks posted pictures comparing black natural hair to white people’s hair suggesting that black African hair is not beautiful.

This angered African Twitter users and attracted the attention of miss Universe who said that this was a clear sign of lack of diversity in the conpany.

Clicks however wrote an official apology on their Twitter page saying that they will post diverse content and make sure their site is compatible with everyone.

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Twitter users however were not convinced and took the apology as an insult and started posting pictures of ripped Clicks credit cards.



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