Amanda Black has come out tongue-lashing claiming that “white” people are out in the street braaing, walking their dogs, and jogging!inger
Amanda Black weighed in on the #tag #SANDF that was being confronted by many South Africans that they were targeting black townships.
“White people are out here braaing in the street, walking their dogs, and jogging. Yet no police or SANDF in sight. SANDF was deployed to terrorise black people!” wrote Amanda Black.
“They are doing it deliberately to show that nothing can be done to them, you think braaing on the street is normal everyday behaviour when you have a backyard that you normally would do it in. Don’t be dense,” wrote Amanda Black.
CAUTION: If one recalls the recent Xenophobic attacks in South Africa? A lot of fake videos were all over the internet. We should be really careful of people who are using fake news to master their own agendas. Don’t fall for the trap.
Amanda Black decided to fuel fire against races instead of telling her fans more about how to stay safe during the COVID-19 21 days lockdown setdown by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his means to combat the spread of this deadly-iron-rod-Coronavirus.
Amanda Black continued to say that people must not respond to her with self-hate.
“Don’t @ me with your self-hate!! Please I don’t have the energy to teach you, self-love, right now. Black people deserve to be treated with dignity too,” wrote Amanda Black.
Amanda Black said that if one breaks the law they need to be arrested or fined – this as it was announced by Police Minister Gen. Bheki Cele.
“If you break the law you need to be arrested or fined. Not dehumanised and beaten by criminals in uniform. No!” said Amanda Black.
The point is Amanda Black has a valid point, but putting race into it is also fueling racial divisions within the forever healing South Africa.
She should have directed her anger to the Minister of Police Bheki Cele. Not abiding by the law is not a race thing – everyone does it. Black people are the majority in this country, let’s not forget that.
It’s DAY 4 of our national lockdown, South Africans; let’s remain at home!
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