In a chat on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Lally mentioned that to a South African, there are many challenges. However, foreign nationals are happier with the job opportunities in SA. She added that a South African never chooses to work menial jobs.
“(Laziness) is another issue. A lot of them are picky when it comes to their jobs. You will never see a South African doing Uber Eats or Bolt. It’s always foreign nationals. Even restaurant workers are not South Africans. That is why the crime rate is so high,” she said.
According to Lally, the crime rate in South Africa is so high because they do not want to work. Speaking on xenophobic attacks, Lally indicated that they think foreign nationals are taking over their jobs, but “they are picky.”
“The xenophobic attacks are based on Nigerians. They have this mentality that they bring drugs into the country, human trafficking and all that. So they attack Nigerians more,” she told DJ Nyaami.
The albino dancer added that she hopes to take her passion as far as she can. She believes many people love her because of her condition.
“I’m very confident with myself. People like me look down on themselves because they think people will judge them. I go out, do my thing and come home.”
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