Boity Thulo and her mom slam vagina-gate tweets

Boity's mother is educating Twitter peeps who can't tell the difference between a vagina and a shadow caused by dress material!

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:46 PM  | Boitumelo "Boity" Thulo  | Drama

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Boity's mom not here for nasty comments about her daughter

Boity Thulo was the talk of the Twittersphere when she walked the red carpet at the South African Music Awards in Durban at the weekend. 

Her sexy Quiteria and George dress, according to Tweeps, revealed her private parts!

Twitter trolls accused Boity of being an attention seeker, with some even expressing disgust over her revealing red carpet moment.

The only problem with their attack? Boity did not reveal her vagina on the red carpet, and the picture doing the rounds showed nothing but a shadow created by the flower sequence of her dress.

Boity's mother, Modiehi Thulo, took to Twitter to defend her daughter from the clueless Tweeps.

 READ: Boity Thulo livid after racist encounter

Boity also took to Facebook to address her body shamers, who still believed she did in fact show her lady parts.

"I've realized that the most body shaming comes from fellow women. I will not allow your projection to make me dislike MY body. I am in love with my body and I will dress it as I please. Your obsession and double standards of the female body is tiring. I will not wear something that does not make me happy for the sake of pleasing people who are angry at how comfortable I am in my skin. I encourage women to dress as they please, in whatever they feel comfortable in. You do not share your body with anyone. So it's not your business to please someone else because of their own discomforts. If I have a problem with my thighs, my boobs, my ass, my legs, my scars, my hair...i will be the one to worry about them and 'fix' the issue as I please. Please stop encouraging the behaviour of making your anger and projection another person's problem. My body and how I dress it should not effect you in any way. We do not share the body nor do we make a joint effort in clothing it. Stop. Body. Shaming."


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