Manaka Shares Teachable Moment About Black Culture

What does "step" mean anyway?

By  | Aug 27, 2019, 02:15 PM

Manaka Ranaka has been boo'd up and is allowing her fans inside some of the crazy and funny moments she has with her man and her close knit family.

The Generations:The Legacy actress recently took to Instagram to share a teachable moment about black culture. She explained that the word "step", when referring to step mom/dad/child does not exist. No lies detected there.

"#1stBornsClub #Family #Mom #Dad#Daughter.. In black culture there's no "step" mom/dad/child..! I do stand to be corrected" she caption her post with an adorable pic of her daughter, her man and herself.
Instagram embed

Thenjiweccomedy replied: "You are πŸ’―% correct. These are foreign terms that came with the colonisers, such terms have no place in AfticaπŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€"

lord.benzo said: " Thina we know "istep" as a dance. Sishaya istep. We know nothing about "step people". Not our culture ❀πŸ’ͺ🏻"

simely_onetree replied: " I agree with you, and there is no half brother/sister"

Now that you've been schooled, here's some more content of Manaka and her beautiful family:
Instagram embed
Instagram embed
Instagram embed

Read next: Cassper Announces #FillUp 2019 As His Homecoming
Steve Harvey has some exciting news for Mzansi

Main image