Shudufhadzo Musida has boldly came out and stated that she wants to be president, before she was mocked, and asked if she wants to be “President of Bikini Bodies?”!iss South Africa
“I want to be president,” Shudufhadzo Musida.
“President of Bikini Bodies?” asked Lerato Mabuza who lambasted for chasing clout on the account of another woman.
“After all the vile comments I want Shudu now more than ever to see this through and make y’all eat dust. Shudu Go for it babe nothing is impossible,” said @TherealMadamT.
“Come to think of it what can STOP Miss SA from being the next President I mean she’s intelligent, outspoken, passionate, and driven the list is endless Go for it Shudu you have my support, I want you to beat Duduzane to it, Venda Queen,” wrote Simtho Biyela.
“Start to be more vocal share more of your opinions than pics. I for one knows how Zozi use to think. Her passion etc but with you is just pic after pic we need content Shundu then u may stand a chance,” expressed @gavazaz.
“It would be interesting to hear some of your views & proposed solutions to our current problems. Your academic background, journey as Miss SA and the fact that you’re a young, black woman will surely give you a different perspective, which is exactly what we need at the moment,” wrote @_ParisGeller.
“We need young people to lead this country, and we are tired of these old Oupas who are stealing from the poor. We need someone who can take this country forward. So I will VOTE for you,” commented @phala_abuti.
Shudufhadzo Musida was crowned Miss South Africa 2020 at a ceremony held at the Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town on October 24, 2020. She takes over the reins from Miss South Africa 2019 Sasha-Lee Olivier.
“We believe that the ability to succeed in the face of adversity while staying true to ideals and principles of a better society gives birth to greatness. We believe that when women face their power and embrace their future they can take on any position and succeed!” – Miss SA Brand 08/04/2021.
Shudufhadzo Musida was the winner of the public vote when the pageant announced the Miss SA top 10 finalists in August last year.
“I was bullied because I was Venda. I had to endure bullying for seven years… I just got to the point where I didn’t want to fit into a mould where people think it’s okay to look down on people based on where they come from… Where you come from does not determine where you are going to go,” Shudufhadzo Musida, Miss South Africa 2020.