Xenophobia is real in South Africa, Black South Africans need re-education – Tracy SarkCess condemns xenophobia as she shares her experience

Xenophobia is real in South Africa, Black South Africans need re-education – Tracy SarkCess condemns xenophobia as she shares her experience

The whole world is yet again shocked after news and images of another episode of xenophobic attacks in South Africa went viral on the internet.

The inhumane acts and the gory images has been met widespread condemnation especially from across Africa and it has also triggered memories of how this shameful culture has long been existent in the Black South African race.

Wife of Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has revealed her one time experience in South Africa where she got so scared that she might be raped and the insecurities she faced throughout her stay there.

Sharing her experience on twitter, the “First Lady” of Sarknation revealed how she felt unsafe when she visited South Africa earlier this year and the indifferent treatment meted out to her once they came to know she was not one of them.

According to her, the change process to solving this endemic and perennial xenophobic attacks in South Africa is a reeducation of the black South African race who seem so afraid of their white counterparts.