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Sunday, August 28, 2022

Twitter Abuzz As South Africans Launch Attack Against Meghan Markle #VoetsekMeghan -

It is not news that Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex launched her podcast, Archetypes, last Tuesday with guest, Serena Williams, a literal goddess, to discuss barriers that hold women back in life. 










 On this episode, Meghan and Serena discussed the word, "Ambition." To Meghan, the term ambitious women has been used to chastise/belittle women such as herself and Serena (as global critics will later point out, what exactly was Meghan's ambition when she met Harry?)


While critics across the world have damned the episode as tone-deaf, condescending, pretentious, a complete contrast between an actual working woman who beat all odds (Serena) vs. a duchess who ran away from serving others for the rest of her life (Meghan), it is perhaps the attack from South Africa that shocks the world the most, particularly, Meghan's camp.


The story goes that on the podcast, Serena was discussing one of her bravest moments as a mom and tennis player when her daughter, Olympia, was injured and terribly sick a day before a huge game, and Serena had to play the game with intense emotions the next day (she won, of course!). As she did throughout the podcast, interjecting Serena and speaking always about her own struggles, Meghan retorted that her bravest experience was on her visit to South Africa.


Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, Duke and Sussex and their son, Master Archie (then 4 months old) had visited South Africa as part of a royal tour on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen to celebrate and promote the Southern Africa community, the struggles the people had encountered, and to assist them practically to make good progress. Readers may recall that it was at this trip that Meghan first made a revelation that she was struggling with coping with royal life (and Harry had hinted at a dispute between himself and his brother, His Royal Highness Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge). 


 There are also reports that Meghan left her engagement ring in London, and that their Range Rover cars were flown from the UK in South Africa because they could not trust the security situation in South Africa.


But, preclude aside. In the podcast, Ms. Markle described the luxury accommodation that had been provided to her and her husband, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, as "a housing unit." In this unit, she claimed that a heater had caught fire in the room that Archie was supposed to sleep in (he wasn't there, btw, thankfully). Royal reporters and sources have confirmed that there may have been smoke from the portable heater itself, but no fire. And indeed, it was at this juncture that Meghan said that after they had learned of the "fire" situation they were forced to go back to their engagements. Separately, she referred to an African baby wrap (Yorubas call it ooja, others as a baby sling, etc) as a mud cloth.


To many South Africans, and I dare say, Africans, this was insulting. It would seem that the idea of public service is misconstrued by Meghan. Selfless service as The Queen has done when she was shot at, had a fire at her residence in 1992, destruction of the marriages of three of her children, loss of her mother, becoming Queen suddenly at 25, etc., but focusing herself on fighting for The Commonwealth of Nations is foreign to Meghan. 


 Nothing can inconvenience Meghan, not even the fact that there was nothing alarming that had happened to her baby Archie. Meghan was certainly not as alarmed when she left Archie in the UK to travel to New York to watch Serena Williams play in a tournament, and then travel to Misha Nonoo's wedding.


This new event of things, it appears, has shocked even the most die-hard supporters of Meghan Markle in Africa, who have certainly had to question: is this woman truly a narcissist as has been reported? It does appear that given time, a leopard will always show its color.


For now, from the lips and hands of all South Africans, on Twitter, mainstream media, and elsewhere, it's #VoetsekMeghanMarkle. Read it HERE


Writer: Evans Einstein.

40 comments:

  1. Her true colours re gradually revealing themselves. You can't pretend forever

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  2. You lost me at “Mud Cloth” the nerve of her!

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    1. What's wrong with mudcloth? Mudcloth is synonymous to Africans and you can check it out.
      No insult on mudcloth but she would have educated herself to know what that particular cloth was called.

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  3. Pls leave Meghan Markle alone.whatever decision she makes,it's her choice

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    1. Even the decision to talk down on people’s culture? Even the decision to be insensitive?

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    2. Try and read it. I know it's long but try. "Decision"... Gosh.

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  4. She is an unintelligent narcissist
    Bandwagon jumper full of her sense of importance and relevance

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  5. Oh dear๐Ÿ˜”
    See our our sweetheart Meghan. Why?

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    1. Okt I see why the south africans may be offended but what caught me off guard in that article is them saying marrying a royal prince is not an ambition๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ abeg golddigging and social climbing is an ambition for some people o. N it is not exclusive to one gender. In fact men these days esp in naija do the social climbing and golddigging more. That's why u see them angry that women get rich dudes to so easily pay for stuff. They're jealous n wish to be taken care of like that

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  7. Like seriously,she called our ooja a mud cloth? ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„ hmmm she don buy market o.

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  8. Be very careful when people want to pull you down by all means because everything you say or do will always be used against you.
    Nobody is perfect. I think her problem is that she doesn't know how to pretend.
    I don't know her personally but she is really a strong woman.
    Let them let this woman be.
    The same SA people that are killing other Africans?
    It's well Sha.

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    1. Like she is so hated eh, whatever she says or does is a problem!! Haba

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    2. I agree..she is privileged n she can't do anything about that. What she can do is hire a good publicist or do some media training. Diana came from a rich family and even though she was naturally humble n down to earth I am sure she had some training on how to answer questions In a diplomatic way that will charm people. Most people are not born naturally likeable. They have to work at it n be humble enough to recognize the problem

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    3. Coming from the Nigerians that are scamming other Africans and breaking rules in other countries? You see? Play nice, reject prejudice, question stereotypes.

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  9. The same way I feel about Beyonce is how I feel about her, pretentious lots. First of all, I couldn't careless about the royal family because they are one of the world's problem,with colonisation and all. Secondly, someone like Meghan so much dislikes her skin colour and wishes she is white. She only uses her black colour when she wants to gain sympathy or score cheap points.

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  10. You can fool some people sometimes, but, you can't fool all the people all the time~ Bob Marley.

    I have always seen through her, nothing she says surprises me at all.

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  11. that’s why I hate to follow the crowd. People need to reason issues before jumping into conclusions. She’s a terrible person.

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    1. To the people saying they hate her can u guys please explain further? Are u lit just following the crowd or there are legit reasons u dislike her cus I haven't put my hand on any. Before u answer just consider that the British media has intentionally tarnished this woman's Image and influenced people to hate her. N don't forget this same media is run by people who colonised and enslaved your people so they still hold on to subtle and internalized racism.. p.s. I'm not defending her. I actually curious. I don't read up on this woman after I saw how she was unfairly treated.

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  12. Someone that abandoned her entire family and made her husband follow suit? Not surprised

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    1. Stop spreading stupid lies. She did not abandon her mother who she grew up with. If you had a father that sells your stories to the papers, you would do worse. She was never close to her step siblings and they weren't close to her either until they learned about her relationship with Harry.

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  13. Nigerians and one way of thinking๐Ÿ™„ She never talked down on SA culture. The Ooja is called ‘Mud clothe’ where she’s from. Google is your friend for that. And also, it happens on British territory not SA. The house they were housed was on British soil just based in SA where all English Diplomats stays in SA. If you know your political history well, British House/Embassy in Nigeria is British land not Nigeria and so do other countries Embassies in Nigeria. If a war breaks out in Nigeria, God forbid, every other country citizens are safe in their Embassies until evacuation. Jobless Nigerian youth are being paid by sponsors Bot farm for smear campaign against this woman. May our children not fall in love with wrong people in high places that can destroy their lives with money.

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  14. I have always been indifferent about her but I feel they hate her for marrying into the royal family and would do anything to put her in bad light. See the long essay they wrote on top such a minor thing.

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  15. Meghan Markle not surprised at
    your utterances. You are so full of yourself. Not a fan always.

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  16. Mud cloth is not a bad name

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    1. It's actuallynot. It's a name given to a type of designed cloth made by people in Mali and I think Kenya. Just the same way she makes a mountain out of a mole hill, they just did same to her in this article..lol

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  17. Till I listen myself I will not judge...people commenting rubbish when they don't even understand what was written up there....I think some people just have a spirit of badluck that makes others dislike them...Meghan has it.

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    1. Few people know a person better than their siblings, marital partner, and dicerning in-laws.

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    2. She doesn’t have a bad luck…she wasn’t hated anywhere in the USA where she’s from before she married British Royal. The same strategy the British royal used against Diana for being too popular than born royal, her is just different because of social media. And despite the hate from British Media and Royalist, she’s still popular than any of the born royal including Kate. Their hates makes her popular world wide because of the double standards that was established by the British Media. So they can’t do what they did to Diana to her because she’s now a movement against the royal family.

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  18. I wouldn't want to be in this woman's shoe for a second. The scrutiny on her is way too much. They now refer to her holding Prince Harry her husband's hand as Meghan's claw.

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  19. Meghan markle is a human,prone to mistakes..
    I'm indifferent about her, whatever rocks her boat
    So many of us has stinky attitudes,we meet them in our work place, church,family etc but no one talks.
    If shes a narcissist, na for her and her husband and the royal family pocket.

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    1. Don’t mind Nigerians and their misplaced priority. What’s their concern with this woman? Aba…and Nigerian women will be sending chronicles here that “my husband family did not like me”. Bunch of Hippocrates. Smh

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  20. Mud clothe is the NAME of a particular type of fabric from Mail and some other part of Africa. Like the name indicates, it's patterned like a fabric dyed in mud. It's even sold at the Lekki Craft market. Ask any of those Abokis of mud clothe and they'll show you. It's now some sort of abomination since it came from Meghan. I'm not her fan, but heyyy, cut her some slacks biko!!!

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  21. This woman is hugely misunderstood.
    She is not a terrible person as the media works overtime to portray.
    She is also strong for not have broken down under such pressure.

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  22. I feel bad for Meghan. Can't imagine how it must feel to be in her shoes. If she and Harry's marriage were to end today, she'll be the one that would have the biggest hate while Harry would be painted as an innocent prince that fell for a scheming woman.

    A lot of people would lose out on eternal life for their part in bullying Meghan. Because that's what it is: bullying

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  23. I’m glad the writers account on Twitter has been suspended! See bullying and green hate of a woman who just dared to fall in love .

    Shame on everyone.

    Lady MorgiannE

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  24. This is brilliantly written. Her true color is starting to show.

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