Following the reports of Shudufhadzo Musida, current miss SA having a physical graduation ceremony while other graduands had a virtual one, the 25-years-old beauty queen and mental health advocate has responded with her own side of the story.
Shudu took to her social media to refute the controversial claims, stating she also had a virtual graduation ceremony with others but got the opportunity of a physical interview with the Vice Chancellor, Prof Zeblon Vilakazi which she honored with her graduation wear after what seem like a partial treatment to other graduands according to some people.
She uploaded a video of herself walking up to the VC with a graduation wear and captioned it “After my virtual graduation today, I had an interview opportunity with VC Prof Zeblon Vilakazi & of course I went in my grad attire. This pandemic has led to trying times & uncertainty for everyone. To all students who had to persevere even in the least ideal times… phambili ✊🏽”
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Despite this, there are some who still doesn’t feel right about it and has also taken to the comment section to express their disagreement.
Well, we congratulate the young star and wish her well.