Lady Zamar, real name Yamikani Banda was the talk of the town once again on Wednesday after she blew her top-gasket when she was compared to other female vocalists, like Bucie and Shasha.ongstress
As her usual-self, she went on social media to express how she feels about the “stereotypical” society we live in.
This was right after @Phemelo_Mo tweeted that, “Just like Lady Zamar replaced Bucie, Sha Sha has replaced Lady Zamar”.
Lady Zamar responded by saying that people do not have any respect for women in the music and or entertainment industry.
“Like we are not seen or even taken seriously.. my goodness the disrespect is disgusting… It’s like one woman at a time vibes with you all.. What must happen?” Lady Zamar asked.
Lady Zamar didn’t stop there, she came guns blazing with another tweet defending women. “You create hate red amping women by being this base.. Leave US ALONE.. ShaSha is doing what she is doing and she is doing it well, respect her as she creates her own legacy and lane…”
Lady Zamar went on to name the late legendary Brenda Fassie, stating that even back then women were still dragged and compared to other female vocalists.
She responded to @Phemelo_Mo with irritation saying “Leave the ladies to be who they are… My goodness, I’m exhausted… So on behalf of every female artist from back then to now and those who are yet to come… WE HAVE OUR OWN IDENTITIES… If you like any artists’ music over the other, do that. Enjoy that..”
Schooling the tweep Lady Zamar said that there are over 50 million people living in South Africa and 6 billion people in the world, alluding to the fact that there’s enough space for everyone.
“Y’all act like these women died.. like some weird rule suggests to let one reign another must die… These unrealistic comparisons are evil and completely unjust.. and I’m fed up,” she fired.
When she was told to leave people who they are “clever” she responded by saying that who educates if artists constantly ignore these “stereotypes” and “biases” that are enforced on them and they pretend to look the other way when these stereotypes affect them differently.
MGOSI.co.za / Ntokozo Khumalo.