Is Meghan Markle bad? Angered by his words, Nelson Mandela’s grandson violently attacked him

Meghan Markle can hardly regain her freedom to express her hand that it has exceeded the limits for some observers, in addition to the royal family: this is the case of the grandson of Nelson Mandela.

  • Meghan Markle gave an interview on the river in the American magazine “Cut”
  • He told an anecdote that angered South Africans and the former Zwelivelele ‘Mandla’ Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela
  • She said she was surprised that she could compare South Africans’ joy at Nelson Mandela’s release to their joy when she married Prince Harry.

Wind of protest against the statements of Meghan Markle in the interview he gave to Cut magazine and this time it’s not in the UK. A special hashtag was even invented to express the anger of South Africans and grandson of Nelson Mandela, completion a poor comparison of the Duchess of Sussex between the release of Nelson Mandela and her marriage to Prince Harry.

Zwelivelele Mandla Mandela: ‘Overcoming 60 years of apartheid is not the same as marrying a white prince’

The article “Meghan in Montecito” has not finished making people talk about him: after launching some bombs about the royal family, Meghan Markle has vented her anger at Nelson Mandela’s granddaughter, although she and Prince Harry have a very good relationship with Madiba’s widow. In the interview, the former Suits star recounted an anecdote that happened at the London premiere of “The Lion King” A South African actor should have taken him to tell him “I just need you to know: When you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets like we did when Mandela was released from prison.” Surprise, surprise, but above all react to these words. Zwelivelele Mandla Mandela told MailOnline: “Madiba’s celebration is based on overcoming 350 years of colonialism with 60 years of a brutal apartheid regime in South Africa. So it cannot be the same” before continuing with more strength that “when the people of South Africa expressed their joy at the release of their grandfather and danced in the streets, it was for a reason more important and serious than his marriage” with a white prince” as reported by the DailyMail.

In South Africa, the release of Meghan Markle emitting feelings, the inhabitants consider these words as a sign of disrespect. In protest, a hashtag appeared on Twitter according to the DailyMail: “#VoetsekMeghan starts trending in South Africa.” Voetsek is an Afrikaans word meaning “to go” or “to disappear”, and is a common insult used by millions of South Africans. The UK outlet reported that one angry Twitter user said: “No one cheered in the streets of South Africa when he got married. For him to suggest that it was the same when President Mandela was released is the greatest disrespect.” After his anecdote about the fire that nearly hit Archie and the screaming that followed, this is what we call a collection of mistakes…

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Let’s hope Prince Harry calms this storm

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Prince Harry
The young couple was until then very popular in South Africa

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Meghan Markle
He connected the mistakes by himself

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It’s a tough time for a young entrepreneur

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In an interview he drew the ire of many South Africans

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A hashtag was even created for him

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Prince Harry
He celebrated “Nelson Mandela International Day” at the UN headquarters in New York last July

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Prince Harry
Following in her mother’s footsteps, she remains very close to South Africa

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Meghan Markle
In the first episode of his podcast, he already angered South Africans about the fire he said Archie escaped from.

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Meghan Markle hosted the first episode of her “Archetypes” podcast on S.Williams. Los Ang
Meghan Markle hosted the first episode of her “Archetypes” podcast on S.Williams. Los Angeles. August 23, 2022.

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In an interview with the Cut, Meghan Markle mentioned this anecdote related to the rejoicing of South Africans.

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Then he met Desmond Tutu

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He explained that a South African actor told him that people were as happy when he got married as when Nelson Mandela was released.

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By wanting to be good, he creates controversy

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With Mandela’s widow, however, he developed a strong relationship

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The widow of Meghan Markle and Nelson Mandela
The Duchess was welcomed by Graça Machel, N. Mandela’s widow in October 2019

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
They made an official visit to Johannesburg in October 2019.

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He shocked South Africans with his words which were deemed “disrespectful”

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His knowledge of South African culture may not be as perfect as he would like

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Meghan Markle
Along with Prince Harry, he met South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife

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