Remember The White South African Woman Jailed For Racial Slurs? She’s Back…With Cornrows

April 6, 2018  |  
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Just last week, we wrote about Vicki Momberg, the White South African woman who was sentenced to three years in prison for using a racial slur against two Black, South African police officers.

Being that Momberg was the first to receive this type of legal punishment for her racist words, she had more than a hard time accepting the consequences of her actions. And as a result, she’s sought to appeal the judgment. So she had to reappear in court.

During her first trial, Momberg wore her hair pulled back in what we called a banana clip.

But when she came back, she was rocking an entirely different look.

There’s no doubt in my mind that this choice of hair was strategic. And if Momberg was looking for a reaction, she certainly got one when social media got a hold of the images of her new do.

 

 

Really, the Caucasity. At the end of it all, Momberg’s request to appeal her conviction was postponed until April 11.

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