Minnie Dlamini's nude Instagram post sparks social media appropriateness debate

Minnie Dlamini's nude Instagram post sparks social media appropriateness debate

Has she really overstepped the line between classy and unnecessary?

Minnie Dlamini nude Instagram post
Minnie Dlamini Official Twitter

Being a celebrity comes with a lot of public pressure and you automatically open yourself up to being scrutinised.

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Celebs constantly have to make sure they say and do the right things in order to receive the approval of the masses.

But it's not always that easy.

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And Minnie Dlamini's latest Instagram post proves just that.

The actress took to social media to bravely share a very revealing picture of herself.

READ: "I don't think my mother's clothing is age-appropriate and it's embarrassing"

The picture shows Minnie sitting, fully nude, with her hair covering her private parts with the caption: "Alexa play Rihanna - Skin 💎".

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While many of her friends, like Boity and Unathi, were praising the star for showing off her post-baby body, there were many fans who were less than impressed.

With comments saying that the post is "unnecessary" and that she's showing everyone what "should be meant for her husband's eyes only". 

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This sparked another major debate about body positivity and unspoken rule about what is appropriate for sharing on social media and what is not.

In this case, Minnie really isn't showing off anything that she's not supposed to. In fact, some might argue that this is quite an artistic nude.

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If she's comfortable enough to share it on such a public platform and if she's feeling herself, shouldn't that be enough?

At the end of the day, it shouldn't matter what others think, as long as you're happy and comfortable in your own skin.

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Earlier this week, Stacey and J Sbu had a conversation with KZN about the connection between age and appropriate dressing.

Safe to say, things got pretty heated:

Stacey and the other ladies at ECR also had a very open and honest conversation about body positivity on the #Unshaken podcast series:

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Main image courtesy of Minnie Dlamini Official Twitter

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