Mzansi loves to root for her own. That’s why we heavily stood behind the former Miss South Africa, Shudufhadzo Musida during her time at the Miss World contest. She has now shared her gratitude to everyone who had her back and showed her love.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, Musida shared her gratitude to her “beloved South Africa” for her unwavering support and the love that she was showered throughout her journey. According to her, she felt it within her soul when she stepped out on the Miss World stage.
She also shared her excitement for how far she got in the competition and voiced her gratitude for the opportunity to be there. She called it a “dream come true” and congratulated the “newly crowned Miss World 2021 Karolina Bielawska and all the other contestants who made this journey so special.”
Sadly, Musida did not make it to the Top 12 of the famous contest. The 70th Miss World pageant was held at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Thursday morning. Shudufhadzo Musida, 26, hails from Ha-Masia in Venda in Limpopo.