Sarah Langa Apologizes For Femicide 'Drip' Post

Sarah Langa tried to give black Twitter activism with a bit of 'content' but was dragged

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:43 PM  | Sarah Langa  | Drama

Post main image
Sarah Langa has received a lot of backlash on social media after a post was "meant" to indicate solidarity in the #EnoughIsEnough movement.

The hashtag is aimed at bringing to light the traumas women go through and gives them a voice to urge men and society as a whole to stop femicide.

Sarah, however, in her now deleted post, was seen sporting designer gear with animated tears; accompanied by the caption "Help #EnoughIsEnough".

It looks like she didn't want to let go of the drip, even at a time  like this.

Replying to the tongue lashing, Sarah explained that she was trying to show that "if SA was a person they would be wearing Rich Mnisi and Thebe's LVMH victory while drenched in tears for all the pain that women have suffered at the hands of men."  Yah Neh!

This explanation obviously didn't land.

She then used Instagram Live to get her message across. in the video she says that her was to mourn with the country but at the same time, she felt she needed to celebrate SA designer, Thebe Magugu for winning the Louis Vuitton Mo√ęt Hennessy's LVMH prize. 

After explaining, she acknowledged that she was wrong and apologized: "It was obviously displayed in a very very inappropriate manner and I do acknowledge that I could have done it better. I could have displayed my emotions and my feelings in a more responsible way... I am very sorry, guys. I just want to express my deepest deepest apologies."

Read more: Sarah Langa's forgiveness cannot be bought
Sarah loves "quiet" and "reserved" guys

Main image credit:
Read more