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Miss SA 2019 Sasha-Lee Olivier. Photo by Frennie Shivambu/Gallo Images via Getty Images
Miss SA 2019 Sasha-Lee Olivier. Photo by Frennie Shivambu/Gallo Images via Getty Images

It was disappointing and equally maddening to see that once again, a publication had baited body-shamers at the expense of a woman.

This time, it was our reigning Miss South Africa, Sasha-Lee Olivier, who found herself as the subject of body-shaming under the guise of concerns over breaking Miss SA rules.

But thankfully, she garnered much support on social media as people came to her defense in the form of backlash aimed at City Press. 

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