- Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa gave a powerful answer during the final Question and Answer round Miss Universe 2019 Coronation Night
- Her winning answer impressed the online world and made netizens express their admiration for the beauty queen
- Even ABS-CBN writer MJ Felipe couldn't help but comment to her moving message about teaching leadership to young girls
- Tunzi is the third woman from South Africa to win the Miss Universe crown
South Africa's Zozibini Tunzi gave a powerful answer during the final question and answer portion of Miss Universe 2019 Coronation Night.
Her winning answer moved netizens all over the online world. Even Filipinos were amazed by her powerful message about young girls.
Ang galing ni South Africa. What she said is what everyone needs to hear. Good communicator. ANG GANDA ANG GANDA ANG EMPOWERED THAT HAIR AND THAT POISE AND THE SKIN! More and more and more black women in all platforms,, such an inspiration!
Congrats South Africa! Deserving! Galing Sumagot!
Entertainment writer MJ Felipe was also in awe of Tunzi's beauty and brains.
Well deserved win for South Africa. I absorbed her message - let's teach kids today about LEADERSHIP. Don't be afraid to take a space in the society. Napakaganda.
In the Q&A segment, she was asked what is for her the most important thing that should be taught to young girls today.
To this, the South African beauty answered, "I think the most important thing that we should be teaching young girls today is leadership. It's something that has been lacking in young girls and women for a very long time, not because we don't want to but because of what society has labeled women to be."
"I think we are the most powerful beings in the world and that we should be given every opportunity. Nothing is more important than taking up space in society and cementing yourself."
In an earlier report by KAMI, the intense final Q&A round of the top 3 beauty queens in Miss Universe 2019 went viral.
Zozibini Tunzi is a South African model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Universe 2019. She had previously been crowned Miss South Africa 2019 and is the third woman from South Africa to win the title, and the first black woman since Leila Lopes was crowned Miss Universe 2011.
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