Reality TV star Nandipha Mlombi, well known as Queen Nandi on social media platforms, has been disqualified from participating in the Mrs Southern Africa pageant.
Most of star’s followers have not been with her being a “comedian” on Facebook, and it seems like the Mrs Southern Africa organisation.
The went on to release a statement saying: “We regret to inform supporters, sponsors and followers of the Mrs Southern Africa Pageant of a difficult decision that has been made regarding the participation of one of our contestants in the Mrs Southern Africa Pageant, scheduled for 2023.”
“After careful consideration and thorough review of recent events and their impact on the reputation and smooth execution of the pageant, the organising committee has determined that it is in the best interest of the pageant and its participants to disqualify Mrs Nandipha Mlombi (known as Queen Nandi on social media platforms) from the competition,” – it added.
The statement went on to reveal that she has been disqualified because the organisation stands for ubuntu, something she does not practise in her social media posts. The organisation said the decision was not taken lightly and was based on concerns regarding the adverse publicity generated as a result of recent actions associated with her participation.
“The aim of our pageant is to uphold Ubuntu, a positive and respectful image. It is crucial that all contestants align with these values.”
Mrs Mlombi unfortunately didn’t get much support from her followers, and instead, they told her to sit back and do some introspection.
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