Beauty Influencer, Mihlali Ndamase was set on fire over her latest Drag make-up tutorial on YouTube.
While some viewers dragged the makeup over appropriation, the star’s army were right on feet to defend her.
As regards the look, Mihlali said: “The one thing I thoroughly enjoy about drag makeup is the freedom to play there aren’t any rules, more is more and you better put on more honey.”
However, it appears that the critics favoured her as it increased the number of views on YouTube.
💗 GRWM: Drag Makeup Tutorial 💗https://t.co/QX6nmr0XQ6
— homegirl. (@mihlalii_n) May 5, 2020
The way people loveeeeee attacking Mihlali its not even that deep honestly . ! ! pic.twitter.com/ovc09eJbuF
— ♕Princess of the Tshawe Clan ♕💛💫 (@Phelo_Manxiwa) May 5, 2020
Lmfaooo just a year ago cisgendered people were in DRAG at the Met Gala and no one said anything about appropriation kodwa Mihlali is? Hayi just say y’all hate seeing her do things qha
— #HEYJIMMY (@moesuttle) May 5, 2020
People who actually follow & do drag would know that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with Mihlali’s look. Drag has no boundaries or standard look. Drag doesn’t mean EXTRAVAGANT and EXTRAAA eyebrows & overlined lips lol 💀💀💀 https://t.co/yyW5PvonRc
— Tendani (@tendani_makkie) May 5, 2020
At this point people are just really looking for any reason to bash Mihlali. Mihlali could breathe and yall would bash her for using both nostrils instead of one. pic.twitter.com/q3jgLc270x
— MPHO 🌻 (@IG_Dash_Kaay) May 5, 2020
If anyone is outraged that Mihlali is in drag then yall some fake ass people.
Drag is open for everyone including heterosexual and LGBTIQA people true allies know this.
At some point you gotta ask yourself if it’s really Mihlali or your sad self that’s problematic pic.twitter.com/vSdkpOoZG6
— ContraVersion (@ALTayLov) May 5, 2020