On Tuseday convicted racist Vicki Momberg represented herself in the Johannesburg High Court after losing yet another legal representative. She was appealing her conviction and a two-year sentence.
On Wednesday night Momberg was interviewed on NewzRoom Africa by host JJ Tabane.
Despite using the k-word 48 times during her racist tirade in 2016, she appears to have no remorse.
"Racism is not a crime," she told Tabane. "I'm not guilty of a crime, I'm guilty of lashing out because of the trauma that I was under."
"There are programmes like the Trevor Noah show where they promote saying the K-word", she said and added that black people call each other the k-word.
She says she is not a danger to society and even "has black friends."
Needless to say, Twitter was not convinced.
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