Look: Mzansi reactions to Bonang Matheba’s motivational speech.
Look at Mzansi’s reactions to Bonang Matheba’s motivational speech.
It seems as if at now, Mzansi will not be taking any advice from celebrities because they assert celebs set goals for people at an unrealistic age. Bonang Matheba is that the latest to be slammed for her advice to children by attaching age to varied achievements. Last week saw Nandi Mbatha landing on the incorrect side of Twitter together with her advice that the majority 30 years old’s took offense to.
Both the women are accused of speaking from some extent of privilege because the reality of most South Africans is that they’re poverty-stricken or don’t have the relevant resources readily available.
An old video of Bonang speaking at a seminar two years ago, posted by Innocent Matijane, saw an uproar from people that don’t accept as true with B’s point of view. If you’re 18 immediately or 19 and you don’t know what you’re getting to be or what you would like to realize by the time you’re 24, it’s already too late. i’m not lying to you. the longer term is made by you and planning minimizes the consequences of life happening to you,” she said. She went on to mention the longer term is planned by a private so taking time with planning what you would like your future to seem like will delay your goals.
— drakes wife ? (@champagnemomie1) May 26, 2020
The problem with people like Bonang and Nandi is that they speak from a place of privilege. Fact is a very small percentage of black people are going to make it to Bonangs level,most of us born in poverty will die in poverty not coz we are lazy but bcoz the system is against us.
— Mpumi (@CodenameLelo) May 26, 2020
Abo Bonang lying to us about having a solid life plan at 18 as if they didn’t drop out of uni to reroute their career path. https://t.co/oaGXcNuwtt
— TOUGH TIMES ARE LASTING (@Remmi_Rosenyork) May 26, 2020
Cyril Ramaphosa became President at 66
Job Mokgoro became Premier of North West at 70
Winnie Mandela published her book at 77
Connie Ferguson started Ferguson Film at 43
Leo Tolstoy once said the two most powerful warriors are patience and time, Don’t rush pic.twitter.com/bOODTlP1S7
— Mfundoyakhe Shezi ?? (@Mfundoyakhe_S) May 26, 2020