African women and skin bleaching: The case of singer Mshoza

South African singer Mshoza has definitely lost her Afrikan consciousness, disregarding the fact that skin bleaching or lightening puts her at risk of melanoma skin cancer among other lifelong disease. *Black is forever Beautiful*

InformAfrica – African women and skin bleaching is trending on InformAfrica. This is the case of South African singer Mshoza who is obsessed with skin lightening practice and plastic surgery.

Drum magazine mshoza skin bleaching

Drum magazine publishes story about Mshoza’s skin bleaching.

South Africa Kwaito star singer is often referred to in the media as the new Michael Jackson, as she has successfully bleached her black skin and now looks White.

According to reports on several South African news sites, Mshoza already had a boob and nose job done (plastic surgery), and recently underwent drastic treatment to lighten her skin. South Africa SundaySun newspaper say  she started the skin bleaching process earlier this 2012 year with a dermatologist in Sunninghill, Johannesburg.

The procedure also requires her to take pills on a daily basis and to use sunscreen and an umbrella whenever she goes outdoors.


The pantsula queen also stupendously told Sunday Sun the following:

“I love the fact that I look younger and my skin is clear. I want to be like Michael Jackson. I know that black is beautiful. I don’t hate being black. I’m just enhancing my beauty. I loved myself when I was dark, and I love myself now that I’m lighter.”

Mshoza, who is married to Witbank businessman Jacob Mnisi, says she’s also planning to tighten her thighs, do her calves and wants to go to Brazil to get a butt job.

Watch the following video interview with the South African singer Mshoza and reason for her skin bleaching (you can perceive unintelligence in her responses) :

Motswako: Skin Lightening Part 1

Motswako: Skin Lightening Part 2

African singer Mshoza skin bleaching

African singer Mshoza and skin bleaching.

Here’s a message from The Reunion of Black Family world Wide regarding Mshoza’s skin bleaching:

“We are not them. We cannot be them without losing sanity. No one can be Afrikan and European. The Afrikan and european ways are irreconcilably incompatible. Not even amalgamation can change that. Our Way is, has been and always will be Afrikan.

So, we cannot ask of ourselves the mentacidal questions they put in our minds. We cannot seriously ask ourselves irrelevant questions or believe answers which lead to forgetfulness. Our questions must always lead us home.

For, how can you find your way home by forgetting your way home?

How can you find your way home by forgetting how you got to where you are now. How can you find your way home without figuring out how you got lost in the first place. Unless you see home as some backward, barbaric, pagan outland or limit it to the place your stolen ancestors were brought to, you must look further than the deception of white lies to find our truth.”

-Mwalimu K. Bomani Baruti

African women and skin bleaching. Are you not content with your natural beauty and skin color? Black is beautiful!

Do you know that skin bleaching thins your skin, weakens your muscles, destroys your skin cells (melanin), slow the healing of wound, and in some cases lead to osteoporosis? African women must stop bleaching their skin, it makes no sense. We must regain our Afrikan consciousness. You have been informed.



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One Response to African women and skin bleaching: The case of singer Mshoza

  1. thobile December 22, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    even her elbow is pink! wow, you can’t fix a broken mind


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