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Isibaya’s Ayanda Borotho Backs Celeste Ntuli On Zodwa’s Behavior

Isibaya’s Ayanda Borotho Backs Celeste Ntuli On Zodwa’s Behavior! The actress took to twitter slamming the socialite over her infamous advice to women back in December. This comes after Ayanda’s TV sister wife Celeste lambasted Zodwa calling her disgusting.

Ayanda took to her Instagram page calling out Zodwa for using feminism to walk around naked. The actress says Zodwa’s behavior perpetuates what many women are fighting against…the objectification of women led by being seen as ‘sexual objects’.

“If you wouldnt like to see your own daughter do the same then don’t call it freedom of expression. No sane mother / parent can accept that it is ok to stand up on a public platform and tell our daughters/ young females that they should use indunu to get what they want because siyadliwa,” she wrote.

If walking around naked is being liberal and being a feminist, then I clearly didn’t get the memo. Where are the men who dangle their private parts? If you wouldnt like to see your own daughter do the same then don’t call it freedom of expression. No sane mother / parent can accept that it is ok to stand up on a public platform and tell our daughters/ young females that they should use indunu to get what they want because siyadliwa! We are perpertuating the very CORE stereotype of patriarchy that objectifies women and at the top of that list is “sexual objects”. We CANNOT say it’s ok to perpetuate such a dangerous narrative. We are already not safe as women and girls. And now we are telling men… “We deserve it.” To Celeste….thank you for standing alone in the midst of an attack that was senseless when you spoke YOUR OWN TRUTH…POWER TO WOMEN WHO WILL NOT BE SILENCED! #WeWillNotBeSilenced

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