Amanda Black recently found herself at the center of such a situation. Following her performance at the Maseru Jazz Festival, social media was abuzz with comments about her choice of attire for the event. A particular tweet that gained traction mentioned, “I paid R250 for a ticket and Amanda Black came like this last night ko Maseru Jazz Festival.”
However, Moonchild Sanelly, a fellow artist and supporter, was quick to jump to Amanda’s defense. Expressing her clear displeasure with the negative comments, Moonchild highlighted the double standards that exist in the industry. She pointed out how male artists often dress casually without facing backlash, while female artists are held to different standards. In her words, “The way men just wear T-shirts and it’s normal. Yho caba nje women Have to just not be able to be casual coz it’s their mood nje coz That time they get paid less than the man!!! Ninengxaki Yaz.”
The debate brings to light the broader issues of gender inequality and the expectations placed on female artists in the entertainment industry. While Amanda Black’s attire became a topic of discussion, it’s essential to remember the talent and passion she brings to her performances. As the conversation continues, many fans and fellow artists are rallying behind Amanda, emphasizing the importance of focusing on the music and the artist’s talent rather than their choice of clothing.