SOCIALITE and fitness trainer Michelina Chindiya, popularly known as Miss Chindiya, has stirred controversy after her pregnancy photoshoot.
Some social media users said the photoshoot bordered on “nudity” and was “not decent for a married woman”.
Miss Chindiya is married to hip hop artist, Tehn Diamond, born Tendai Nguni, who is the son of former Cabinet Minister Sylvester Nguni.
Controversial social media commentator, Knight Shadaya, also shared his opinion.
“Flesh peddlers will always find ways to justify peddling flesh. There is nothing classy about exposing your body for strangers online to see, neither is it a flex.
“Trying to justify such a barrel behaviour by pulling the culture card is pathetic, on some nywe nywe our ancestors used to dress like this.
“Ignoring the fact that the world your ancestors lived in is different from today’s society. Your ancestors lived in a society that wasn’t hyper sexualised, where a woman’s body was revered whilst you’re living in a society where women’s bodies have been commercialised,” Shadaya Knight posted.
Another commentator, Mai Magaisa, added her opinion.
“Exposing your body isn’t bravery, confidence or empowering, rather it’s the opposite, insecurity, attention and validation seeking,” Mai Magaisa.
“In all this, it shocks me that the man who inserted his seed in this woman, in a private place, is not even appearing naked together with the woman to show the results of their reproduction activity.
“We try to explain to our sisters that exposing your naked body to strangers online or to some people who know you like parents, siblings and relatives for likes is wrong. Imagine when you grow up and you see an image of your mother like this kkkkk.”
Not to be outdone is JB Smoove who joined the comment section. I’m sure they will release their reproduction video sometime,” JB Smoove wrote.