Miss South Africa 2020 is turning into a reality television show taking place on Twitter, and the road to this year’s pageant is proving more interesting. The Miss SA contestants are dropping like flies and most of them from what is labelled as self-sabotage.
The latest name to add to the list of Miss South Africa hopefuls that will probably never get the chance to wear the crown is Noxolo Mthembu. She posted a video of staff members at a popular fast-food chain casually enjoying their lunch break together. Her problem, that the staff members were not social distancing. Going on to say that they are not allowed to sit together.
But Noxolo was misinformed about the rules as sit-ins were allowed. Secondly, as tweeps pointed out that the staff members have been working in close proximity, so cross-contamination would have happened long before their lunch break.
Lastly, which tweeps continue to drag her for besides posting the video, was that she recorded and posted the video without the permission of the staff members, since they were not in the wrong.
— Noxolo Mthembu (@NoxlMthembu) July 2, 2020
That was unnecessary recording and she expect people to vote for her to be miss SA with that stinking attitude I can’t wait for her too fall pic.twitter.com/qVyU9TJBnv
— NATHIE G (@nathie_83) July 5, 2020
With your attitude you can kiss that “next Miss SA” title goodbye..I watched one of your videos you sound angry nje, please heal sis, and stop going around restaurants just to catch people out. pic.twitter.com/EjOp3ub0v1
— Buhle😍 (@Buhle_Nolls) July 5, 2020
Miss SA contestants & Self sabotage pic.twitter.com/3dUnKrS5pJ
— Commissar (@01Commissar) July 5, 2020
This one don’t deserve to be Miss SA she is a spy, she can sell our land when she goes to Europe 🤞 pic.twitter.com/ECtHJ2izaZ
— Awelani (@Awelani85205961) July 5, 2020
U will only be miss ur own house u can never be miss SA, u are evil am sure Satan won’t let u run for miss hell. Mxm pic.twitter.com/qulDRCxbjP
— MR DICK (@kabelodick) July 5, 2020
I was once criticized, and crushed by social media bullies for expressing myself.
Today, I am more confident, and I am expressing myself again and ready to inspire others across the world.
@Official_MissSA, I am Your Transformation! #MissSA2020 #Noxolo4MissSA2020 🧡 🦋❤️ pic.twitter.com/GVanmhpHeI
— Noxolo Mthembu (@NoxlMthembu) May 31, 2020