The entertainer shared her contemplations about “ladies knowing their place” in a post on Instagram where she authentically communicated how insane the idea was.
“For my entire life I grew up being informed that main men were the caretakers of culture. That I was unable to talk on it nor question it as a lady. It was an idea I could neither comprehend nor acknowledge when ‘I as a lady’ got the crude finish of the stick where ‘culture’ or ‘kwashobona’ is concerned.”
Ayanda considered how she had been tested openly and secretly by people who accepted she ought not cross limits.
“I have even been tormented by men who accepted they were above me in the spaces I worked. Ladies also would ride the wave. The Phumelele storyline was no misstep and one day I will inform you regarding the conflicts I needed to battle.”
The entertainer then, at that point, took a page from her book Unbecoming To Become expressing how she had consistently kept up with that a culture that doesn’t serve the overall benefit of humankind isn’t a culture of individuals.
“My book Unbecoming To Become was no slip-up. I have consistently kept up with, we are a wonderful group, with numerous excellent social practices that should be persisted on the grounds that they talk about our mankind.
“For me by and by, a culture that doesn’t serve the overall benefit of mankind isn’t a culture of individuals. It is a culture of a plan …”
With her perspectives clarified, Ayanda clarified she won’t quit battling for ladies’ freedoms until harmful qualities are eliminated in dark culture.
“Tune in … I’m not here to change people who need to rehearse even the most harmful pieces of their way of life. Why I will battle like the devil, is that your poisonousness doesn’t strip ladies and offspring of the fundamental basic freedom and Godly commitment to exist in their light and power.