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Ras and Saskia Sheehama shut down racism trolls

“Racism and tribalism will destroy us. Let’s get real,” said Ras on Facebook.

Rasta icon Ras Sheehama has come out strong to defend his family against a racial onslaught from critics who seem to be annoyed that he married a white woman.

He also confronted fans that he knows they do not like him being married to a white woman.

“Don’t fake it, be real to me. Don’t call me your brother while you are stabbing me in the back,” he said.

The Sheehama’s have known each other for more than 20 years in which they have been married for 12. In an interview with New Era, Saskia described her husband as a loving man.

“He is just my man, only at times like this I realizes he is a very well know man in Namibia but to me, he is the man I wake up next to every morning,”

Saskia Sheehama also tackled the issue and told people who have a problem with their marriage that their anger and frustrations won’t harm the couple.

“Heal and find your own happiness,” she said

It appears as if the Sheehama couple were rattled by a post by dancing queen Trixie who calls herself Veseevete Munyama on Facebook.

Munyama said “soon, we will dissect the problematic white liberal feminists who enjoy their expat salaries and nice things while their black husbands, our brothers, have been reduced to nothing but house niggers looking like shadows of their former selves. Because, wow. It’s a lot and unless we look at it and unpack it, it will remain under the guise of “love and peace to everyone” rhetoric and “not everything is about race”.

To this post, Saskia responded
“This frustrated lady has now become a source of daily entertainment in our home. She blocked me because I argued with her ignorance, but luckily my man still shows me the highlights of her racist rants,” she said.

1 COMMENT

  1. Good Day

    I would like to ask who gave permission for my name to be used in this unintelligent, copy and paste of an article your editor should be ashamed of approving (that is, if you have one).
    This is a clear case of unethical journalism behavior and I would like a contact of the journalist and editor to receive some clarity on how my name was paraphrased without my permission and how no enquiry from your journalist was brought to my person (online or otherwise) before publication.

    I am reachable on trixiemunyama@gmail.com or 0816931213.

    Thank you

    Trixie Munyama

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