All posts by styleyou

Why Do Men Feel Entitled To Women’s Bodies?

Lloyiso Gijana blew Mzansi away with his melodic voice during his Idols SA journey in 2015 and is now using his pipes to fight femicide.The star posted a heartfelt tribute to victims of gender-based violence in SA this week on Instagram. a video, Lloyiso sang an emotional song titled Madoda Sabelani (Men respond) that will give you goosebumps.

He wrote in the post that our women, sisters, and mothers are fighting for their lives in a world where women are killed daily.

“Why are we so quiet as men, when all we hear is a women’s cry? Why do men feel entitled to women’s bodies?” he asked.The musician believes that men should be protesting and standing up for women. He said the best way to fight gender-based violence is for men to stand together for women

“If women can’t fight for themselves, then who will fight for them.

Bontle Trolled For Her Dance Skills

Bontle Modiselle is the latest ZAleb to be trolled and she has her fans to thank for having her back.
Bontle has teamed up with a popular sanitary towel brand Always, and her first task was to host a dance fitness class on her Instagram Live this past Saturday.She did what she is known for, breaking it down on the dance floor and she received heaps of praises for that. It was not her dance moves that stole the show, however her body took center stage.The choreographer received mixed reactions from people and trolls came for her dancing claiming it has been hyped for all these years for no reason.

The singer responded saying she has not taken any offense and will not argue with anyone over her work.

“I’ll never argue anyone’s opinion on me or my work. No offense taken. I don’t argue because I have no control over how I’m received, only my output. I have good days and not so fantastic ones, and I’m cool with that. I only care to grow from all experiences. I’m open to criticism, constructive though. I’m quick to discard noise. It’s All love,” she said.

Nomsa Buthelezi: Defend yourselves by exposing your attackers.

Actress Nomsa Buthelezi says her heart bleeds for the femicide pandemic that South African women face.
With the murders of several women dominating headlines over the last fortnight, Nomsa told TshisaLIVE that a lot of within the LGBTIQ+ community were targeted due to their sexuality.

She recounted her own experience of abuse, adding that ladies in SA feared for his or her lives a day.

“When I came out of the closet, many men were against me. They wanted to understand why I used to be dating women,” she said.
“There’s a man that I grew up with who told me people were talking about my sexuality. They said if their mentor was still alive, he would have insulted the lesbian out of me and that i would be straight again.
My heart remains bleeding from that incident. They never said sorry.”

Nomsa encouraged South African women, especially celebrities, to talk out and reveal any abusers in their lives. She said by doing in order that they are going to be saving many ladies that are following them on social media.Sis encouraged women to report abuse to the police and to show their abusers. She recalled another incident when a man threw a bottle at her leg, leaving her bleeding and angry. She took him to the police headquarters to be arrested.

“When I dragged the guy who assaulted me to the police headquarters, it had been not a joke. The police had no choice but to arrest him because I brought him myself and that i instructed the police to arrest him immediately.”

Nomsa acknowledged that not every woman gets the chance to bring their abuser to police – and lots of didn’t make it out alive.

“Women must fight once they face death. It’s tough to fight a person, but you can’t die without a fight.”

Nomsa Buthelezi is encouraging women to stand up for themselves and expose their abusers

Actress Nomsa Buthelezi says her heart bleeds for the femicide pandemic that South African women face. With the murders of several women dominating headlines over the last two weeks, Nomsa Buthelezi told TshisaLIVE that many in the LGBTIQ+ community were targeted because of their sexuality. She recounted her own experience of abuse, adding that women in SA feared for their lives every day.When I came out of the closet, many men were against me. They wanted to know why I was dating women,” she said. There’s a guy that I grew up with who told me people were talking about my sexuality. They said if their mentor was still alive, he would have insulted the lesbian out of me and I would be straight again. My heart is still bleeding from that incident. They never said sorry.”

Sis encouraged women to report abuse to the police and to expose their abusers. She recalled another incident when a men threw a bottle at her leg, leaving her bleeding and angry. She took him to the police station to be arrested.Nomsa acknowledged that not every woman gets the opportunity to bring their abuser to police – and many did not make it out alive. Women must fight when they are facing death. It’s not easy to fight a man, but you can’t die without a fight.

“When I dragged the guy who assaulted me to the police station, it was not a joke. The police had no choice but to arrest him because I brought him myself and I instructed the police to arrest him immediately.

Nomsa encouraged South African women, especially celebrities, to Nomsa Buthelezispeak out and reveal any abusers in their lives. She said by doing so they will be saving many women that are following them on social media.

Manaka Ranaka’s Daughter Has A Bun Baking In Her Oven

 

Manaka Ranaka’s Daughter Has A Bun Baking In Her Oven.Television actress Manaka Ranaka, who portrays the role of Lucy Diale on Generations The Legacy, will soon have a bundle of joy calling her gogo. This is after her daughter Kgomotso has a bun baking in her oven.Manaka took to Instagram to reveal the exciting news and said you can now call her a granny if you want. The actress is clearly grateful for the gift of life, and she cannot wait to fulfill her granny duties.Many even joked and said she will get to experience how real it is to be a granny because, on screen, she can be tough to Lesedi played by Luyanda Mzazi, who has a daughter on the show.Many even joked and said she is going to get to experience how real it’s to be a granny because, on screen, she will be tough to Lesedi played by Luyanda Mzazi, who features a daughter on the show. Congratulations Manaka!