Zozibini Tunzi – Becoming Miss Universe and Fighting Gender-Based Violence | The Daily Show

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Published on December 24, 2019

Zozibini Tunzi discusses the challenges of being Miss Universe, why she decided to compete with her natural hair and her mission to end gender-based violence. #TheDailyShow #ZozibiniTunzi #MissUniverse #MissSouthAfrica

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  • Mazwi Zwane 6 months ago

    So “Miss Universe” is Donald Trump’s baby and the current Miss Universe comes from a shithole country…. this is how the Universe humbles people

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  • Princess Jayleen 6 months ago

    She is so fucking beautiful. ?

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  • Emily Gates 6 months ago

    Date date date date

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  • Selma 6 months ago

    NO FAKE SHIT ON HER JUST PURE BEAUTY.

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  • Tshepo Mahlatsi 6 months ago

    Can we get a between the cenes with the two of them.

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  • Opas Onucheyo 6 months ago

    this new camera angle though on trevor, looks a bit too bright

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  • Faranzo14 6 months ago

    “Enkosi Tunzi”
    He said it… (He spoke Wakanda to her ?? Xhosa is ?)

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  • L K 6 months ago

    So many men have been a part of the conversation and we condemn them for it. We headline it as “Victim blamed for rape for what she was wearing.” Um, no, try “Rapists repeatedly tell authorities what could make someone less of a target.” Just because we don’t think the answers should be what they are, that doesn’t make them less of answers.
    Look, when crimes are based on opportunity, you do what you can to lessen the opportunity. We don’t let kids walk home alone, no, it shouldn’t be that way but it is and we adapt. We stay away from certain allergy/asthma triggers, sure, I should be able to have a cat but I can’t so I don’t. The end.
    Myself included, we can all do our part to lessen the opportunities, lessen the triggers, keep ourselves from being such obvious targets.

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  • Ben 6 months ago

    She is Fine!!!!!

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  • Fatou Diallo 6 months ago

    My gosh her smile is just BEAUTIFUL ?

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  • Jade Brey 6 months ago

    She is not only gorgeous, but also funny and incredibly smart!! ??

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  • Similo Nkomo 6 months ago

    South Africans are very well-spoken people ?

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  • Esomonu Emeka 6 months ago

    She’s so elegant. I could listen to her speak all day.

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  • Eugene Ojirigho 6 months ago

    I just love her. From the very first videos I saw of her been interviewed by Steve Harvey in the Miss Universe Contest, I’ve been captivated by her confidence, poise, self esteem, eloquence and demeanour. I wish her the very best!???❤❤❤

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  • mw izzie 6 months ago

    Unfortunately women are now looked at as sexobjects and this society and others promote that.

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  • River Dawn 6 months ago

    Literally the only ones I see making derogatory comments are white conservatives.

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  • Vincen 6 months ago

    Where are the racist comments ?
    Come entertain me please ..

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  • Δημήτρης Χανιώτης 6 months ago

    Compare the botha era in south africa with todays chaos And hell

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  • Queen Hart 6 months ago

    Beautiful Queen????

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  • Δημήτρης Χανιώτης 6 months ago

    Compare the White era south africa with todays hell

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