Dr. Nandipha Magudumana giggled when she appeared in court on Tuesday, and media personality Thando Thabethe didn’t like it.
Thando posted a film of the celebrity aesthetician “on the stand” on her Twitter account, quoting from a tweet.
She said in her letter, “What on earth is so funny, what is she grinning and laughing about?”
Siv Ngesi, an actor and broadcaster, also shared his thoughts on the seemingly well-liked doctor who is a hit on Twitter.
“Sick and tired of seeing this woman’s face! All you’re all talking about is her hair, makeup, beauty and her wearing Nike! Pretty privilege is next level.”
Tuesday saw the appearance before the Bloemfontein magistrate’s court of Nandipha and her “Facebook rapist” and murderous lover Thabo Bester.
Virtually, the two people appeared.
Since she was detained, her prison appearance has been in the spotlight, leaving some people perplexed as to why she appears so prim and proper.
The Department of Correctional Services stated that a defendant who has not yet received a sentence has access to their possessions prior to their court appearance.
This also applies to inmate-run hair salons that are part of training programs in prisons.
The department’s spokeswoman, Singabakho Nxumalo, told SABC News that recognized programs for skill development are available in the correctional facilities to assist offenders in acquiring the abilities necessary to find employment or to work for themselves.
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