The usually private Minnie Dlamini has just shared a tweet that had most of us choking on our coffee while scrolling through the timeline this morning.
We’re used to seeing Minnie’s playful side on social media but she took it to another level when she joked (but wasn’t really joking) about receiving several incredible rounds of sex.
Many of her followers were shocked to read her thoughts, while several others thought that she had been hacked because the contents of her tweet were simply too wild to fathom.
The presenter educated her followers with a new “word of the day” but it’s fair to say nobody expected the lesson that was in store.
In fewer than 280 characters, the Homeground presenter extrapolated the deeper meaning of the word “D***matised”. It’s worth noting that this is a slang word popularised by Americans and probably can’t be found in a standard Oxford Dictionary.
Minnie revealed the meaning of this sexual word (warning, mildly strong language below).
Word of the day #Dickmatized
When a girl/(or guy) loses all sense of reason and logic. They start doing dumb shit that could compromise them in the long run… for the D! #Dickmatized 🍆🤣 Ladies we’ve all been there 🙈
— Minnie Dlamini Jones (@MinnieDlamini) March 24, 2019
As we mentioned earlier, Minnie Dlamini’s fans were shocked by the “lesson”
It’s Sunday, thle Minnie! 🙊
— marang setshwaelo (@marangdream) March 24, 2019
Lol Minnie don't remind me thle tuuu😂😂😂😂 yeyi ngoba I'm glad that stage passed
— Zoliswa Sigenu (@Sigenu_Zoliswa) March 25, 2019
For a long time, sex has been a taboo subject to discuss in many homes around the world and South Africa is no different.
But in recent months we’ve seen some of Mzansi’s most famous women speaking unashamedly about sex – as they should! Sex is a completely normal part of human existence. Remember this tweet from Bonang?
An orgasm doll. https://t.co/uRtamYSUDo
— Bonang B* Matheba (@bonang_m) February 17, 2019
In a society that shames and judges women for speaking about sex, South African celebrities are leading the way in changing that.
Do you think that more celebrities should speak openly about sex like Minnie Dlamini and Bonang have done?